Actually you did not pay for ownership of content, you paid for a license to access content. None of us own the game we play. Trials started with HoW, but if you read a little you'll see that the agreement you accepted was that Bungie has every right to change, modify, remove, add or restrict any content or service at any time with or without notice. That is how licensed online content works. You're never buying ownership of goods, you're buying a license key that gives you access to services that are not guaranteed without restrictions. Secondly, legacy console players make up likely less than 5% of Destiny's population by now, and you're only getting fewer. From a business perspective, it doesn't make sense to waste resources on trying to support or bring back more features for a dwindling sub-section of the community.