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Destiny developer Bungie has promised even more updates and lots of new PS4 and Xbox One content in 2017. We have playtests of new content to share with each other."Thanks for playing our games, Guardians. Announced at the Playstation Experience, The Dawning is a returning festive event for Destiny.As Bungie prepares to celebrate Christmas, the Destiny developer told fans that the game is never finished and that new content will be shown next year."We'll get back to business as usual once the eggnog leaves our blood," reads a Bungie blog post."Until we talk again, work will continue at Bungie. It includes Sparrow Racing, new exotic quests and the return of the Icebreaker.In a nutshell, we attempt to find the best connections within a skill range, and if we can't find a good match, we expand the skill range and try again," Carroll explains."If it's taking you minutes to find a match, it's not because we're waiting to find you the perfect skill match, it's because we're having trouble finding you a good connection.

This ensures that a steady stream of cash flows into Bungie and publisher Activision throughout the year., we were going to have to start to take away," Dague says.

UPDATE ONE: Destiny fans on Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360 and PS3 will soon have more support when it comes to building a Raid squad, however, that isn't the burning issue bothering gamers right now.

There have been rumblings concerned with the way in which Destiny's matchmaking functions for sometime, players still believe that it is still being run via a skill-based system, something Bungie says has changed.

, and it also encapsulates the shifting nature of video games as a whole.

Modern AAA experiences take advantage of online functionality more than ever before, but this connected gaming ecosystem is still new for the industry as a whole.