Destiny 2 is failing to offer its most invested players an adequate reason to return. Despite only being a few months old the game’s everlasting grind for loot has already become exhausting. With a lack of other endgame activities for players to pursue, developers Bungie have, so far, missed opportunities to alleviate this problem.
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The Infinite Forest might help if only the studio could spot the wood amid the procedurally generated trees. It is found on Mercury and is a collection of different pieces of architecture randomly pieced together to form a long, snaking pathway, populated by every type of enemy - except the Taken. With a fresh layout each time you enter, the Infinite Forest promised much, but instead feels like a wasted opportunity for a game desperately in need of replayability.