yes. the pvp is aiight i guess. there's nothing exciting about it. i've never had an experience like in BF4 when you are dog fighting, or you shoot a plane with a tank (or any other legit moment where you are like WHOA HOW DID I DO THAT), or Titanfall the first time you eject and smoke the dude who was on your back.
it's pretty laggy being over in south korea tho (worse then BF4 or another other game I play, i'm guessing it's peer to peer but not sure). pulse rifles and scout rifles seem worthless and i think the titan bubble is a bit too strong in the objective game types. ive been leveling up a warlock in mostly crucible and they seem like junk compared to my hunter, but its only level 10 and doesn't have much unlocked. everyone keeps talking about iron banner but in my experience games that are gear based are really unbalanced, and therefore not very fun for those getting stomped, or become to easy for those doing the stomping. it might be different if there was an hidden elo where you played players who were the same gear/skill level as you.
i mean the game has a solid base, but when you look at it objectively it's pretty crap. the story was non existent and lasted like 6 hours, the PVP is sterile, there's less content then the noob zones of WoW to keep people busy, and then they try and tell you that new content is coming in the queen's wrath but its just rehashed story levels, and the gear is crappy. i think it's pretty telling when people would rather shoot into a ****ing cave for hours instead of do strikes. bungie can fix it (and the next patch is the first step), but i don't expect to see any new content until the DLC lands. maybe another ****ty event where I get to do story missions on level 26 this time. woohoo!
most of my friends have already jumped off the bandwagon and are awaiting mordor or forza. i just log in to play a few crucible on my warlock, or do my daily/weekly/nightfall/raid (which honestly takes about 3-4 hours a week)