Destiny 2’s Starter Pack Pulled from Sale After Pay-to-Win Complaints

Shortly after it released the Starter Pack for Destiny 2, Bungie has now pulled the pack from sale. The company made the decision to pull the Starter Pack from sale due to concerns raised by the Destiny 2 community, which accused the Starter Pack of being a pay-to-win bundle.

For context, the Starter Pack was priced at $15, and included an Exotic Ship, Sparrow and Ghost Shell on the cosmetics side, and three Exotic Weapons on the gameplay side—Traveler’s Chosen, Ruinous Effigy, and Sleeper Simulant. The pack also included 125,000 Glimmer, 50 Enhancement Cores, 5 Enhancement Prisms, and 1 Ascendant Shard.

The Starter Pack was released alongside the kick off for Destiny 2‘s latest season of content, Season of the Wish. The new season brings with it a new Exotic Strand bow, the Riven’s Lair activity, and new story missions. Season of the Wish is likely going to be one of the longer seasons in Destiny 2, since Bungie also recently announced that it will be delaying the release of Destiny 2: The Final Shape to June 4.

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yeah, the game is becoming a joke fr


At least they pull it when this is going on rather than keep selling it to players