Guardian, your greatest challenge is coming, as the threat of Oryx demands the rarest of currencies: actual money. Real-world coin, which will be used for the greatest of purposes! And that purpose is…DANCE!
like all things in life, you’re missing an old favourite. Favourites such as Destiny’s regular Iron Banner tournament, and the weekend fun of a Trials of Osiris challenge run. Those Crucible modes have been missing lately, with players getting the hang of Rift and Mayhem instead. Well get ready Guardians. Because they’re coming back.
After a massive 18 gigglebyte patch, Destiny was essentially re-written for everybody. Whether you’re picking up The Taken King tomorrow or not, you’re in for a better Destiny experience. And after playing around in the brave new world for the last week, I’m in love with the changes that I’ve seen so far.
I’m all about the Taken King right now, an expansion which is going heavy on the marketing right now so please ignore me while I accept this non-descript sack of petty cash for my hyperbole. Naturally, you’re going to see an advert or two for The Taken King. But none of them, none of them can top the Japanese promotion for the game.
Whether you’re buying The Taken King expansion or not, the core Destiny experience is about to undergo one extreme makeover, with various nips and tucks that’ll streamline the experience. Some changes are purely cosmetic, others are complete overhauls of core gameplay mechanics. So here’s a rundown of all the cha-cha-cha-changes headed your way.
With The Taken King around the corner, Thorn and the majority of other Exotic-class weapons are getting nerfed. But when it comes to that legendary hand cannon, Bungie has no choice. Because Thorn is breaking the game.