Edited by Knox Knox: 10/26/2020 12:54:18 AMHonest answer from a Destiny vet like you. The grind is still there. Not going away. The grind lately though has just become pointless. Bungo is running out of ideas that they are just literally copying other games in their progression by sunsetting gear. Bounties are still a big part of it and becomes the end-game activity. They say they will change it, but I still expect it to still be a part of end-game as usual. The game has become a filler while Bungo is working on other projects. They are trying to improve it, but with Activision gone, I don't think Bungo could do a lot in terms of improving things. Heck, even with Activision on their side, Activision has to throw 2 other studios at them just to help Bungo with passing content deadlines. Like I said, Bungo got their hands full on other projects. And Destiny 2 just feels like a filler game now in between new IP releases. I doubt any huge changes will take effect. You'll still see some same old, same old grind mechanics. Season pass model is also a flop this year. But they're still heading that direction with a slight twist every now and then. The studio is clearly divided in terms of manpower. This is my 2 cents since they will never admit to this. No company will ever tell trade secrets. Other than that, the biggest change happening in the game is the Sunsetting BS. Which again is not original either. Another copy-cat idea Bungo stole somewhere. They're also busy making new stuff at Eververse. Which in my opinion is not going away anywhere. Like I said, game feels like a filler now that Bungo is just milking this game by any means while working other projects. That's about it. Other than that, nowadays, when Bungo makes a Video Game, it comes out as a Magic Card game! Bungie Logic!