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    The Effect of Destiny 2 and CoD WW2 on KSI.

     

    Success, or failure. It could go many ways. It could spread like a wild fire, and be really good for the community or it could be disastrous for the community. 

     

    We get the best of both worlds with both of these games, both are supposed to be great and could turn out to be legendary.
    Call of Duty goes back to its roots with boots on the ground while Destiny 2 gives us what we should of seen in Destiny 1 but with greatly improved graphics and many more options and gameplay modes to choose from.

     

    Cons

    • The ending is unknown.
    • We don't know how this will effect community aspects such as recruiting and gameplay.
    • How will we improve if the game does not take off immediately.

     

    Pros

    • We have experience building in both game types and can continue to build even if the game does not take off.
    • We can bring in old school Call of Duty fans who we haven't seen in a long time due to the newer Call of Duty's being futuristic.
    • Hopefully Bungie will be successful as they almost always are and Destiny 2 will be a great game.

    Now some answers to a few of these questions.


    How will KSI stand with all these new games coming out?

    I believe KSI is going to continue to flourish no matter what happens. KSI has seen many games come out that could have potentially ended very bad and ended up not affecting us. KSI will continue to build off the hype and move forward into the future and see things happen that haven't been in a very long time, such as us reaching 5000 members. I also believe we will see a great increase in division splits and more rapidly growing divisions. We have very well trained leaders that are better then they have been in years. We are much stronger then we were in the past few years. I believe KSI will flourish like a wild fire. We will finally be able to enjoy CoD again with big squads and great leaders.
    Destiny will be what we learned to love when everything else failed around us. What we flocked to when nothing else around us was working. The planets, universes we saw together, and people we saved. Do I believe it'll end badly for the community? 
    No, KSI is built to keep moving forward no matter what happens. It is built on building friendships, relationships, and most importantly to game with others. With that I don't see KSI falling anytime soon my friends. 

    

    

    Finally I almost cried watching this video. Can't wait.

    Caste theatre CoD WW2 song

     

     

     

     


    Mouth watering awesomeness.
    Video made by igns YouTube 

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    I believe if bungie develops "guided games" like they say they will, which really encourages players to join clans, then I foresee Destiny 2 creating an influx of new members.

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    I most definitely see destiny 2 bringing in a huge load of new memebers because everyone likes doing raids, and you need a team to do raids. Plus the aspect of making friends while playing is huge especially for destiny players. When I use to play destiny all the time and had people to play with it felt like a community its self but being able to join a community like KSI plus playing destiny will be a great thing.

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    I have no idea how this will effect my squad  i can see alpt of us breakimg off of bf1 for one or the other or both. Im excited for both but im more sceptical of the new cod 

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