In the realm of gaming, where heroes and anti-heroes clash, a battle of appreciation and disappointment unfolds. Destiny 2 players have raised their voices, admitting that the release of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League has inadvertently made Bungie, the developers of Destiny 2, shine even brighter in comparison. It seems the Suicide Squad's rocky start has cast a favorable light on Bungie's incredible achievements.
Ah, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, a title that stumbled upon its own hurdles right out of the gate. The anti-hero live service game faced issues during its paid early access phase, leaving the internet with mixed feelings about its entire existence. To make matters worse, players couldn't help but notice its uncanny resemblance to Bungie's Destiny 2 user interface, a game that has long established itself as a prominent looter shooter in the gaming world.
Now, Destiny 2 may have its fair share of critics, as no hero is free from scrutiny. Some fans lament the occasional misstep in seasonal content, while others find fault with certain storylines that may feel a tad generic. However, with the launch of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, Destiny 2 has found a newfound appreciation in the hearts of its players, who have begun drawing comparisons between the two games.
Destiny 2 enthusiasts have rallied together, expressing their gratitude towards the developers who have nurtured and sustained the franchise for a glorious decade. One enthusiastic Guardian took to Reddit, exclaiming, "Every so often, another juggernaut studio tries to take a slice of the Destiny-live-service cake, and every time I think, 'This will finally expose Destiny's dirt-cheap and lazy secrets!'" But every time, they emerge humbled, realizing the sheer magnitude of challenges Bungie has gracefully conquered. And that, my friends, is nothing short of incredible.
Support for Bungie poured in from all corners of the Destiny 2 community, with one player boldly stating, "Destiny is the only AAA live-service game that's actually working, and it has been for a decade. All other live-service games with this level of production have stumbled and fallen in one way or another." Another player chimed in, adding, "Destiny was born different. No one else could simply 'make' a game like it, no matter how fervently they wished they could."
As the future of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League rests in the hands of its players, time alone will reveal if any other game can come close to rivaling Bungie's remarkable success. Although, let's be honest, the initial player count of Suicide Squad doesn't exactly inspire confidence. But fear not, fellow gamers, for Destiny 2 continues to shine as a beacon of excellence, reminding us that Bungie's marvelous feat is not easily replicated.