Shaders are standard in many modern games, especially role playing games that emphasize character customization, including Dragon Age: Inquisition and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine.
Since Destiny 2 released earlier this week, people haven't stopped complaining about shaders.
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Look how sad Ikora and I are over shaders. In order to access it, active players need to Log Out of Destiny 2, and there is a possibility that they may encounter a server queue, as detailed by Bungie. The shaders can now be applied to the individual armor pieces, which means that players can go nuts and have multicolored tanks if they wanted to.
The core of what makes Destiny what it is, the way it plays, is still rock solid. It would be awesome to see two Guardians of the same cloth (pun intended), but this will inspire variation in making everyone's Guardian unique.
Regardless, what are your thoughts on the changes to the shader system in Destiny 2? However, one aspect of Bungie's shared world shooter has some fans fuming. This was common enough among many Guardians. The first Destiny was subject to many bugs and issues due to it being released in an unfinished state.
More like “Tarnished Shader,” I really do like this one
Edit numero dos: I didn't think this post was gonna get almost as big as it actually has. and I'm aware of the light media coverage it's getting, so I wanted to take this as an opportunity to say thanks to everyone that shared their opinions with me and the rest of the playerbase.
In the first game, one shader item was for unlimited use. It was my veteran badge. But right now, it would not surprise me to see the shader system stay in place while Bungie lets the community work out for itself how it truly feels over time.
Destiny, on the other hand, charges players $60 for a foundational piece of software and then another $20 to $40 for added expansions down the line.
There are probably dozens of tiny improvements to Destiny 2's structure that I appreciate without even realizing they're there.
Players will also recieve Exotic Quests to complete for powerful Exotic weapons.
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Here's some more insight into Destiny from Bungie's Luke Smith, design director of Destiny 2. The story itself is more cohesive and easier to parse, pitting you against a clear set of bad guys with coherent agendas.
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