@ZyloWolfBane I suppose the length of content was my main point when bringing up the campaign being introduction/tutorial and using Bungie's pedigree.
A lot of my opinions about Destiny are affected by how many multiplayer shooters there are on PC. (As well as raiding/MMO style content)
Destiny just doesn't bring enough content, enough of a story, or any unique enough gameplay that's worth $60. Even if it had all of those things, the microtransactions, season pass situation last year, exclusive content deals (Especially when considering an MMO) and the really stupid delayed PC release are enough to make me check out.
It comes out 3 days before Super Mario Odyssey, Wolfenstein 2, and Assassin's Creed Origins. One week after the new South Park game. If I manage to get my fill of those four games, the new Horizon Zero Dawn Expansion comes out. There's plenty more games from the last few months that I'm behind on as well. (This is a total me problem though, and more just irritated at the timing of it. If the PC Version was out this month I'd probably buy it)
Destiny 2 offers a first person shooter experience that i can get in almost hundreds of other games, and MMO content that I can get from WoW/FFXIV.
The absolute nail in the coffin is that they started selling gameplay-related items for cash. No amount of excuses about how the current mods for sale don't actually impact the game and you get stuff fast anyway. They're simply testing people's patience until they can start selling holiday-timed exotics.
Also a total me problem is that there's very few people IRL that I'd enjoy playing with, and I don't really have any solid online-friends that I know i'd have fun with. If this wasn't the case then the social aspect of the game might be able to excuse the rest of it.