Usually, when a company puts out content, they don't actively seek out what people are thinking about it, because they fully well know they're going to get it anyway, whether they like it or not, on social media and other online outlets. However, in the case of Destiny 2, that seems to be the opposite. In a Twitter post, Bungie's Game Director, Christopher Barrett, responded to a fan asking if there will be any changes made to Trials Of The Nine mode, citing that it just wasn't worth their time to play it. His response was actually quite positive!
Yes, we are actively discussing ways to improve Trials of the Nine. What do Trials players most want to see? https://t.co/wKd8tcBT5Q
— Christopher Barrett (@cgbarrett) January 27, 2018
Now whether or not they actually take fan feedback and apply it to the game is an entirely different subject altogether, but it is kinda cool to see someone in charge straight up ask the fans for their opinions and feedback as they go in to make changes to a system that some have been calling a waste of time. We'll see just how all of that pans out the next time Bungie puts in an update for the mode.