While I have never been a huge Destiny 2 player, I have dabbled with the game from time to time. I have even streamed it a few times with Gaming Goof Troop friends Arbesa and Tentaskyr several times and enjoyed it. So when I jumped into the game recently, I was confused at why I could not find the mission chain that I was working on. I figured it was just a reconfiguration issue with the interface and I just was not finding where the missions were located.
So I did what any person would do when they seek knowledge – hit up Google or Bing (hell yes I use Bing, come at me). I still could not find exactly what I was looking for, but I got my answer from one of the bigger fans of Destiny 2, Destin Legarie:
Yes, that is correct, I found out that I cannot play any of that content that came on the disc that I bought when the game came out. I know that there are many that will say that you waited this long to play it, its your fault, but why. I mean, Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 has all the stock content in the game, even with all the other content that they have released. But when it comes to Destiny 2, I can’t play any of that beginning content. No Moon. No Titan. Just the new Beyond Light content and you better enjoy it.
Maybe it will come back like the Cosmodrome has come back (sort of) but I am not all that hopeful. Instead, I just find myself trying to ignore the game in my library, because I really hate the idea of playing this new content without having any connection to the content. What do you think. Should developers have to give you access to the content you bought on a disc at launch, or should you just have to adjust to the developers whims of development?