This is a picture of Final Fantasy XIV of the duty finder. This game was released on consoles meaning there is a large chunk of the playerbase coming into this game for the first time on this type of platform that has never experienced a raid on this scale. Recently about a couple of weeks ago Square Enix, like it always does puts its previously relevant raid content that was normally only accessible to premade groups going to a meetup spot and entering from there, to putting it into the Duty Finder, a tool used to group up random indivuduals of all premade or solo queues. The part of the raid I have checkmarked happens to be the the last boss of the final raid of vanilla, and what that means is I can if I choose to do so, click the join button, and queue up with possibly seven other random people who have no idea what they're doing and let fate decide what happens to that party. Is this begging for a shitty experience? Totally. Is this hurting the game in any way shape or form? absolutely not. There is the Party Finder route in game where you can do exactly what the Destiny LFG sites do and allows you to gather people from your own server to queue up as a premade 8 man team. Which keep in mind is also totally capable of providing the same outcome as you would just queuing up for the raid in the duty finder in the first place.
The fact that people still argue about a matchmaking option for people if they chose to do so for a Destiny raid, which doesn't even come close to the mechanics of an actual MMO encounter is plain silly. Is Bungie really so convinced that Destiny is the most complicated game that these tools are just not compatible with the experience? Or does the option to look for a premade group in-game have to exist before allowing a random group of six people who've never met before allowed to just go with it.