Edited: 8/1/2014 9:09:46 AM PermalinkYour logic is flawed, just because you chose to do it doesn't mean you should be rewarded for making that choice. I think the way it works is great. Having to think ahead and make him choices accordingly is half the fun Also to your sense of reality comment, do you think real soldiers carry around every type of ammo just in case they walk by a gun and decide to use it? I think it's more realistic that you would only carry ammo for the weapons you're using at the given time
Have secondary weapons retain the ammo you picked up for it while it was active after a weapon switch in Story and Explore modes. The ammo loss when switching secondary weapons was the only thing that slightly bothered me about Destiny everything else I think is damn near perfect as is. This kind of breaks story and explore mode for me. If I choose to carry an Auto Rifle, a Sniper and a shotgun because I am traversing a wasteland where I may need to make a long range shot, and then have the shotgun when I am rushed by hive in a dark room and an auto or scout rifle for more manageable situations then that is the choice I made. If people are worried about PvP then just only let the weapon you have selected in the Primary, Secondary and Heavy weapon categories enter into PvP. Otherwise I do not need 10 slots for weapons, just make every weapon I pick up through the game go straight to my vault and make me trade it out when I am in the Tower. 1 primary, 1 secondary and 1 Heavy. Having the ammo you pick up for each gun stay helps, I have no issue with the fact that it only drops special ammo for the secondary weapon I have active, that is fine, I like that, but the ammo I already pick up, in story or explore mode especially, should stay in the gun when I switch weapons until I empty it by shooting it. If I am out on a hunting trip and I switch from my scoped rifle to my shotgun the ammo doesn't magically disappear, and I will not carry 50 or 300 rounds of ammo for a weapon I did not bring with me either. For me having the ammo disappear kind of violates a sense of "reality" they have brought to the game.