5 Changes We’re Glad To See in Destiny 2 | Fanatical Five

Destiny 2 Reveal

Worlds Worth Exploring

Destiny never had a major problem with level design. Their worlds held beautiful vistas and landscapes but Destiny 2 promises even more. There are brand new side quests dubbed “adventures” to take on where you’ll meet new characters, discover lost sectors, & find hidden treasure throughout every world you encounter. Most importantly, accessing any of these activities can be achieved through a menu without having to go to orbit. With a new and enhanced map, it’s going to be easy to get lost on the worlds in Destiny 2 and there’s no place I’d rather be.

Destiny 2

Destiny 2 is setting out to be a social experience like no other. With the addition of depth to their story, huge swaths of content, and numerous ways to play, September 8th couldn’t come soon enough.

Destiny 2 will be available on PS4, Xbox One, & for the first time ever PC via Blizzard’s service Battlenet.

What are your overall impressions with Destiny 2 ? Let us know in the comments below.

 

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