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Destiny 2 3-peeking “a complicated issue”, Bungie investigating changes

Bungie has said it’s currently discussing Destiny 2’s “3-peeking” issue, but made no promises changes will be made.

3-peeking, or third-person peeking, is the act of forcing the normally first-person camera into third-person, giving PvP players an advantage because they can peek around corners safely.

3-peeking is a long-standing issue in first-person shooters that have some third-person elements, but it’s particularly troublesome in Destiny 2’s competitive multiplayer. Destiny 2 is a game full of legitimate mechanics that pull the camera back into third-person, including swords and emotes, and some players use this to gain an upper hand in the Crucible, Destiny’s PvP arena.

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Bungie has said it’s currently discussing Destiny 2’s “3-peeking” issue, but made no promises changes will be made.

3-peeking, or third-person peeking, is the act of forcing the normally first-person camera into third-person, giving PvP players an advantage because they can peek around corners safely.

3-peeking is a long-standing issue in first-person shooters that have some third-person elements, but it’s particularly troublesome in Destiny 2’s competitive multiplayer. Destiny 2 is a game full of legitimate mechanics that pull the camera back into third-person, including swords and emotes, and some players use this to gain an upper hand in the Crucible, Destiny’s PvP arena.

Read more

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