In the digital world we live in, it is easy to go anywhere on the Internet and make our opinions known. Whether we want to praise a company for the work they’ve done, or perhaps tell them their faults. Members of the Destiny community have recently made headway using this very technique on Reddit.
While comments on the Internet are not always the most constructive, they do get a message across. Luckily for fans of the online shooter, Activision has been paying attention to the Destiny subreddit. CEO Eric Hirshberg had this to say about the lack of Destiny content:
“So Destiny has nearly 30 million registered players now and our April content successfully reengaged the community and was very well received. We think engagement has remained remarkably strong, even after the release of some competitive games in this genre. But it’s clear that our fans are hungry for more content than we’ve been able to create and that passion and loyalty from our fans is something that we don’t take for granted, which is why we’re working side-by-side with Bungie to make sure that in the future, we’re able to deliver a more consistent stream of great content and drive even more engagement.”
What do you think of these comments? Will Activision get more involved and bring players the content they crave? Let us know what you think in the comments.