The long list of options available in Injustice destiy means that players of all skill levels should be able to find something exciting to do. Nintendo's newest title delivers on tone and fleeting fun, but struggles to sink its hooks in. With the release of the Taken King it sounds like Destiny is a very different game than when it first launched. Byinlarge it sounds like the feedback on the expansion has been very positive and I have been thinking of jumping-in in light of this.
My only concern is that I will likely be playing solo and touching none of the multiplayer coop or competitive. This is because not many of my friends play games and none of the ones that are, are interested in playing Destiny. I have found some threads saying that Destiny is a poor game played solo, but this was addressing the game prior to the Taken King being released. I was wondering if the game in its updated state would be worthwhile playing through without any friends. I wouldn't get it if you plan on going it solo.
You will be fine. The only things without matchmaking are the nightfall strikes, the raids and the higher tears of matchmakng of elders. That said there are plenty of ways to destinny groups destiny matchmaking solo play with if your friends don't play the game. I did the latest raid that way. I've only played with people I knew two or three times, and I've done everything in the game minus the current raid and Trials of Destiny matchmaking solo the hardcore PvP thing.
It's not that hard to do everything in the game without knowing people to play with. In fact, you occasionally run into people who only play "with their friends" and get stuck on content that I blow through with pick up groups: Strikes, and heroic strikes, and normal PvP non-trials of osiris all have matchmaking. As for raids, the lfg sites are a little intimidating but not that bad once you are used to them. It can take a little while to find a group sometimes, but otherwise they are fine.
My only suggestion about public groups I'm always making this suggestion -- do hard content earlier in the week after the Tuesday reset. There are also the gb clans but I've have fairly bad luck playing with them on XB1. It has the same problem as every GB clan -- there are a hundred people in it on launch day, then a month later there are six people left. Also, Bungie's terrible clan integration help. I got Destiny just a couple weeks ago and I have played Tyler texas dating sites having a good time with it.
I'll check the GB group when I feel like raiding. I ended up picking this up today and will try join the giantbomb clan, if they are open to new members. I hadn't considered playing with people I don't know, but the GB community seem friendly enough. Only point of annoyance so far is the 17 gig patch I needed to immediately download, after which point I'll need destiny matchmaking solo download each of the expansions I assume that's just to "activate" the expansions I'm downloading ATM then.
The actual data for the expansions is in patches detiny gets so there aren't any issues between people that do and don't access to the content playing the game together. I play solo the vast majority though I'm part of GB clan Cerberus Wolves, to be honest Destiny as gotten better for solos and Bungie do provide some alt means of getting good gear. I do poz dating atlanta a fair bit of crucible which I love, but its a time issue for me most of the time.
It's hard to get on at a time when everyone is together. Still, I have fun solo still and there's more than enough content for solo players if you don't mind soli occasional repetition and grinding. Though if Destiny didn't play as brilliant as it did as a shooter I probably would be less forgiving. That said, your fine soloing destiny, just expect to miss out on some high end content.
Nothing saying you can't join up with a clan for team stuff anyway. I respectfully disagree with posts this game is good soloit isnthowever it is true the community is actually pretty non toxic and people generally will help where they can, ive made life long friends with strangers doing raids so even if you get it and start soloas long as your polite and respectfull you wont be alone for long!! I don't think you ever said what platform destinu on.
Just a heads up, the Giantbomb Destiny community on PS4 is pretty large, but not so much on the other platforms. If you are on another platform let us know, I think there are a few posts here for other platforms and we can try to hook you up with those guys. For PS4 check out the Giantbomb Destiny PS4 community thread. That ddstiny get you access to the most amount of guardians destiny matchmaking solo PS4, regardless of clan affiliation.
Then check out both Cerberus Wolves and Lincoln Force NA Central on Bungie's site. You desginy check out the pinned Lincoln Force group at the top destiny matchmaking solo the forum, but I honestly don't even know if that is even checked anymore and new members are let in. Cerberus Wolves is open to all new members from Giantbomb, but is currently full, so you won't be able to destiny matchmaking solo in free dating site in lagos state clan, just the group, which basically just means you won't get a clan tag in game.
My clan is Destiny matchmaking solo, and we are mostly from the Central US. We also have an Xbox One clan with 7 members or so, so if your on XOne, you might check that out as well, but I don't play Destiny on XOne so there isn't really any leadership for Raids right now most of the PS4 Raid team has XOne's, we just play Destiny on PS4, so for other games like Halo, we might be on XOne for future reference. There is another major active clan, but I sollo mention them, because I'm not sure if they are even actively looking destny or wanting members, but they frequent the forums and will let you know if they are interested in recruitment I'm matchnaking.