Rise of Iron marks the second time that an expansion has focused on the Fallen, something that Bungie says fitted in perfectly with their story.
The greatest challenge of Destiny, the Trials of Osiris,are talking a short hiatus in time for Rise of Iron.
If you were looking for Destiny on the digital shelves lately, you might have actually seen the original game listed for free. That’s not happening.
Rise of Iron’s Wrath of the Machine raid will be a bit less technical, emphasising individual player light levels instead of nailing precise feats to help survive it.
That image of Lord Saladin with his back to a wall and dressed in his finest armour?Just one of many inspirations from Game of Thrones for Destiny: Rise of Iron.
Attempting to use it carve a new future for mankind, SIVA almost wiped our species out and it was only stopped when the Iron Lords sealed it beneath the Cosmodrome.
Rise of Iron will introduce private matches to the, as Destiny hands the keys to the Crucible to Guardians.
Destiny: the Collection will bundle all of the year one and two content in a new package that includes Rise of Iron, with a few bonuses for PS4 fans chucked in for good measure.
You’ll need to be quick on the trigger to survive the Archon’s Forge in Rise of Iron as the Fallen will be relentless.
Destiny: Rise of Iron’s Felwinter Peak will be home to secrets wolves and the Iron Banner when year three begins next month.
The humble Khvostov rifle that Guardians first laid hands upon in Destiny back in 2014 is getting one hell of an upgrade in Rise of Iron.
Here’s a breakdown of the eight artifacts that you’ll be able to get your hands on in Destiny’s Rise of Iron expansion next month.