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Bungie player model not updating

He explained: "Destiny's player base is clearly getting restless for new content, particularly since this is the first time since the launch of the game in 2014 that more than a couple of months have gone by without having a clear roadmap as to what is in the near-term pipeline."A significant erosion of the game's player base would be a disappointment and a major missed opportunity."While we suspect most players would return for a 2017 Destiny 2, there are no guarantees in this business, particularly since we think many players felt there was an implicit guarantee of regular, meaningful content updates for the game."Our model assumes a Taken King-sized expansion for Destiny in 2016.

Press the PS button on your Dual Shock 4, go to the Power icon in the menu and select 'Rest Mode'.

Leave the PS4 for a while, then turn it back on to see if the update has downloaded.

The method of enabling UPn P varies depending on your modem or router, so check your manual to see how to access the modem or router's admin page.

Community manager David Dague stated: "When we shipped Destiny: The Taken King, we delivered a new system to better enable us to evaluate Guardians as combatants.

Bungie has released update 1.28 in a bid to fix connection problems, but some Play Station 4 owners are reporting that the update begins to download, but gets stuck at 10%.

Some people have found they can fix this issue by putting the PS4 into Rest mode, a low-powered state that allows the PS4 to continue to download updates in the background.

In the months that followed, we've been making adjustments to find the right balance between skill and connectivity."In light of recent feedback from the community, it's very clear that we have more work to do.