The Destiny 2 fanbase is still not thrilled with how Bungie handled the Lightfall DLC’s major story, and this time they’re criticizing how Bungie handled the DLC’s key characters.
Destiny’s newest appearance is a long cry from the Witch Queen expansion, drawing widespread criticism for its campiness and lack of continuity, but there are several plot elements that may have improved the game’s standing.
The following contains light spoilers for Lightfall, so if you haven’t read it yet, you’ve been warned.
Destiny 2’s Zavala, Eris Morn, and the Drifter are all noteworthy creations by Bungie, and Rohan might have joined their ranks in the buildup to The Last Form.
As it stands, the notion of Rohan’s apprentice Nimbus—a non-binary super-soldier with a programmed end date—is intriguing.
Yet, many participants are dissatisfied with their witty remarks and the loud, carefree atmosphere.
To put it another way, Nimbus belonged in the Year 1 cast list for Destiny 2, whereas Rohan belonged in the modern age of the game.
The bright side, of course, is that Bungie can still make things right.
Nimbus, for one, displays a more serious side during the “The Variable” Exotic mission in Destiny 2: Lightfall, which may foreshadow more development in the character.
Even still, it can’t be denied that many locals would have preferred to watch Rohan face his own mortality in the next year.
Individuals who have finished the campaign in Lightfall but aren’t interested in the story can move on without further obligation.
The new raid in the endgame of Destiny 2 broke records in the game’s Contest Mode, demonstrating that it is on pace with the quality of content released by Bungie.
Even if the tale of Lightfall doesn’t grab everyone, there’s still plenty to keep you busy and Exotics to hunt for.