Destiny Review IGN, PS4, Xbox One Latest Updates: Destiny's Iron Banner Mode Set To Undergo Development Changes And Debut A Much More Dramatic Difference Between Players Of Wide Variation In Level
We have the latest for you on the IGN, PS4, Xbox One latest updates of Destiny review. Well the game so far, a Bungie creation, Destiny has been getting great reviews thought there is still some few details missing in the game. The game developer, Bungie in a statement explained that Destiny's Iron Banner mode is set to undergo some development changes, specifically some sweeping changes before it is cleared to return in the game. "Chief among them is that power will matter," Bungie studios promised in Bungie's weekly update, According to Eurogamer news reports.
Well for those still clueless as to what Iron Banner mode is about, this mode is specially designed for the Multi-player mode in the Destiny game in which it is a set competition in which Damage and Armor ratings are supposed to matter. Well in a normal event while gaming the Destiny game, its Crucible mode where PVP takes place, it is set to have a twist as it strips out special player advantages in an attempt to level the playing field. With Iron Banner mode making a return to the Destiny Game, it initially had received criticism as many gamers complained that when the mode went live it lacked to provide high level players with enough of an advantage. The game developer, Bungie took this into account and the lead designer, Tyson Green said that the Iron Banner mode has been remade and when it returns, it will have no problems as before.
"The goal for level Advantages in PVP had been to create relatively small advantages that would suffice only to tilt the balance between players of equal skill towards the player of greater achievement, expressed in terms of his gear," Green said. "But we now believe we have been too conservative, and that small tilts failed to meet anyone's expectations. In the next Iron Banner, we will debut a much more dramatic difference between players of wide variation in level. We will detail the changes in an article of its own to come as soon as we settle on some of the numbers," he added.
This upcoming Iron Banner mode will require a Fire team leader at level 20 to enter. Lower level players may join with their level 20+ chaperone, Green explained.
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