Bungie has finally pulled back the curtain on Destiny 2. An hour long stream gave us our first look at how the world will look, feel, and play after the Red Legion attacks the Tower. I unfortunately didn’t get an invite to the event so I’ve gathered all the info I can without seeing Destiny 2 in person. Let the hype commence!
While Destiny 2 has been officially pushed to 2017, Bungie isn’t abandoning ship to completely work on it just yet. The biggest update since The Taken King hit a few weeks ago and brought with it many quality of life improvements along with a newly revamped Prison of Elders. If you’re looking for a recap of how Destiny has changed since the new year, look no further.
Destiny has been better after each major content release, especially after The Taken King. Bungie has taken a different approach to Destiny’s second year, switching from major DLC packs to more frequent, smaller events and changes. We’re four months into Year Two, so I figured it was time to round up some of those happenings.
Destiny has changed a lot in the year that it’s been out. At first, it was a fun game with a good foundation that didn’t live up to it’s own hype. Patches and DLC packs helped bring it up to speed and the last one, House of Wolves, was a fantastic addition. The third expansion, The Taken King, promised to bring Destiny into it’s second year with a nuclear-sized bang. A large patch, v2.0, came out about a week prior to TTK. I’ll be discussing both here.
Is the $40 price tag too steep for TTK? Absolutely not. It’s hard to sit here with my PS4 controller next to me and write rather than play — that’s how good this expansion is.
If you know me or have read this blog at all, you know that I play Destiny. I’ve written about it morethanonce. All in all, it was a fun game when it came out but didn’t live up to the hype. I honestly don’t know if it could have. I went back and played a few months ago to some welcome improvement, but Bungie still hadn’t got Destiny to where it could be. I normally don’t do DLC at all, but I decided to give Destiny another go with the latest expansion, House of Wolves, which released two weeks ago.
I feel safe in saying that Destiny finally feels complete and full. If you’ve been waiting to play or burned out in the past, the wait is over.