When Destiny 2 came out, I played it constantly, and eventually bought the DLC. But, due to the fact that I didn't know anyone who played, I stopped playing a few months later. Now, has I return, I hoped to play with my friends who just got Destiny 2 for the first time.
So, I go to Blizzard.net, and see that Destiny has migrated over to Steam. I think to myself "ok, let me go and transfer my data real quick!". I go to Bungie.net, in an attempt to transfer my data, and after spending over [b]100 DOLLARS on the game,[/b] I get told to [u]go -blam!- myself. [/u] [i][/i] [b][/b] It is absolute bullshit that I have to reacquire all the DLC and items that I once had, because this company decided to stop giving a -blam!- about returning players. I am extremely disappointed, and will make sure my friends return their copies, and to never buy a Bungie product again. Disgusting.
It’s not Bungie’s fault you don’t read your e-mail.
You are receiving this email as we've identified your account as an owner of Destiny 2 on Battle.net. Destiny 2 developer and publisher, Bungie, has announced that the Destiny 2 service will be transferring to a new PC platform on October 1, 2019.
Blizzard and Bungie are committed to making this transition as simple and seamless as possible for the Destiny 2 PC community.
You will be able to migrate your Guardians, gear, game progress, product licenses and Silver currency balance from Battle.net at no cost. Please note you will lose access to Destiny 2 if you choose not to migrate to the new platform. The last date that Destiny 2 will be accessible via Battle.net is September 30, 2019.
Good luck on returning the game after all this time.