You might have noticed something in Destiny yesterday. A new quest, which played out like a modifier of one of the new Taken King missions. What was it doing there? What was the purpose of it? Well, it looks like said quest was the first step towards earning the mysterious Sleeper Simulant exotic weapon.
You’re killing Hive, you’re wiping out Taken and you’re engaging with Cabal forces. And then one of them drops something, a Skyburners Command Beacon. What is this? What does it do? Well, good news chaps,because I’m about to show you.
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!
You know the saying: It ain’t Friday until a mysterious Vendor from the darkest regions of our solar system appears with various Exotic engrams and upgrades in tow. The Agent of the Nine is once again back in action. Here’s where you can find him this week.
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.
I’ve also written about my Destiny discoveries, making many a guide as I go along my merry way on the Dreadnaught. You might have missed some of them (IMPOSSIBRU), so here’s a quick round-up of what has been done…so far.
It may be a Friday, but you all know that the day only officially begins when Xur arrives. Yessir, the Agent of The Nine is back, ready to grab a few of your Strange coins and hand over some Exotic engrams in return. So where is he?
The Court of Oryx is easily one of the best new additions to the world of Destiny. A public event boss fight, the Court is a tough zone that shows no mercy, as various bosses are summoned to deal some damage on your shiny ass. Here’s how you can survive an extinction event on two legs.
The Touch Of Malice is one of the more visually interesting designs in Destiny, but getting it is harder than something that is appropriately dense and durable for a witty analogy. Dammit, it’s early. Anyway, here’s a breakdown of how to get it
With Xur’s weekly offering costing a quite a few Strange Coins more than usual for a random engram that either is or isn’t what you’re looking for, you’re better off buying something else in his inventory: The Three of Coins. Because those magic coins can get you the goods that you so fervently desire.