In the days since Activision and Bungie split, a lot of news has been getting pushed through the press, but what no one’s really asking is quite clear: What’s next now that Bungie is free? Here are our thoughts about some major changes that could be happening later this year.
Since the release of Destiny 2: Forsaken, fans have one more polished off their armor, brandished their weapons, freed The Reef from the Scorn and even avenged Cayde-6’s death, but now, a new item may seem rather elusive – Eververse Bounty Notes. Here’s how to get more.
Ahead of the official launch of Septembers PlayStation Plus bonuses which includes God of War III Remastered and Destiny 2, Bungie and Sony have upped their game by releasing Destiny 2 almost a week ahead of the PlayStation Store update for PS+ users.
Nathan Fillion confirmed with Kotaku during their Splitscreen Podcast that he was unavailable to reprise his role as Destiny 2’s most beloved Exo – Cayde-6 – due to the fact he was unavailable. Nathan Fillion fills in the rest as Nolan North dawns the famed Exo’s cloak and frame.
After the launch of Destiny 2, everything seemed to be going great for Destiny 2 until the player drops off began, streamers began to stop streaming the game, and fans began to become disgruntled with the game’s gameplay mechanics. Now? They have something else to be infuriated by.
Destiny 2 – Expansion II: Warmind is now available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. In the latest content patch, players will get to once more explore the surface of mars along with Ana Bray as she seeks to make contact with the Warmind named Rasputin. Continue reading →
At their core, both Destiny 2 and Tom Clancy’s The Division are hardcore shooters underneath the RPG and MMO elements. Both games are always online titles where players can group up in order to face down AI-controller enemies in cooperative play. Toss in the RPG bit where players are leveling up their characters and grinding for loot and you have the MMO-hybrids fans have come to know and play.
If I were to talk about a first-person action-RPG with shooter elements, in a futuristic wasteland, that contained randomly generated maps and loot, along with six unique classes along with hundreds of hours worth the replayability, what game would you begin to think of? You would quite possibly swear the loot-grind filled titles I was talking about would either be Borderlands or Destiny.