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Destiny 2 Player Schools Bungie, Creates Own Actual ‘Infinite Forest’

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Since its launch Destiny 2 has been plagued by scandal after scandal, which its developer Bungie has tried to address only to make things worse every time. It seems at least one player has finally had enough and decided to teach the game’s creator on how to produce content that holds true to its promise. The player basically created an “Infinite Forest” that actually goes on forever.

With a name that has the word “infinite” in it, players natural assumed that the “Infinite Forest” area that came with the Curse of Osiris DLC would be just that; infinite. Unfortunately, the addition was infinite only in name, PC Gamer reports. This disappointed a lot of gamers, to say the least, and a player named Pheonise finally decided to do something about it.

In just two days, the player managed to cobble together an area that goes on forever, allowing players to earn as many rewards as they could ask for. This is a far cry from the default version, where players get to the end and then are transported elsewhere.

Now, it’s worth noting that the project is not perfect in anyway. The creator did note that they didn’t have the pre-existing codebase to work with, Destructoid reports. Even so, for something that was put together in just two days, it’s an impressive feat.

What’s more, it seems that the player discovered that the Curse of Osiris code would not have allowed for the kind of mechanics that fans were hoping for. As such, this really is the best that gamers can expect, at least with the existing codebase.

The new area by the amateur code is also not meant to replace what the “Infinite Forest” in the DLC is meant to offer. However, it does provide an interesting perspective as to what can be accomplished with the sector.

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