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The Destiny 2: Lightfall expansion is now the lowest-rated DLC ever on Steam

Bungie’s Destiny 2: Lightfall has received mixed reactions since its highly anticipated release, but now negative reviews are starting to affect all of Destiny 2 on Steam.

The long-developed Lightfall is the sequel to his Destiny 2: The Witch Queen in 2022, and it will explore some deep holes in players’ minds, such as “Who is the Traveler?” It was intended to answer some important questions.

Instead, as we covered in considerable detail in our Lightfall article, the DLC doesn’t quite answer many of these questions. Certain aspects of Lightfall had to be lamented, such as major glitches and insane boss bugs.

All in all, Destiny 2: Lightfall’s release probably didn’t live up to the high expectations set by The Witch Queen, and players are expressing their feelings on the game’s official Steam page. As of March 3, 2023, Destiny 2: Lightfall has a very low review rating of 29% on Steam, based on 3,000 reviews, and is rated “overwhelmingly negative.” For comparison: Destiny 2: The Witch Queen has an “overall positive rating”. ` Based on 2,000 reviews, the review score is a very healthy 79%.

This makes Lightfall the lowest rated DLC on Steam, lower than Beyond Light’s 50%. Bungie already has the huge task of raising the perception and reputation of the game from the ground up.

The differences between the two are understandably large, and the consensus is that the Witch Queen did a lot to advance the story and introduced elements that made Destiny 2 as a whole more cohesive.

Incredibly, Lightfall was actually responsible for breaking Destiny 2’s all-time concurrent player count when the DLC was revealed. This was the content expectation. According to Steam charts, on February 28, 2023 he had 316,750 players playing Destiny 2 simultaneously. However, the overwhelming nature of Lightfall has resulted in a significant drop in just a few days, as the concurrent player count has already dropped to 114,930.

With the upcoming Lightfall Route of Nightmare raid, Bungie has time to fix perceived flaws in Lightfall. We hope to answer some questions as we get closer to Destiny 2’s final expansion, Final Shape.

Elizabeth Haire
Elizabeth Haire
Elizabeth Haire is in charge of coverage for laptops and desktops, and he stays current on the most recent developments in the gaming and technology industries. You can find him enjoying video games, watching social media, and waiting for the next Marvel movie when he isn't writing about technology.

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