Much like The Taken King this doesn't look like a half-assed DLC. These frustrations intensified after the December release of Destiny 2's first expansion, Curse of Osiris, which did not have enough content.
"This is totally spoiling, like, Destiny 2020 or something, but when we get to that world down the road where that original Pirate Queen comes out, I think it's going to be a really powerful moment", said creative story lead CJ Cowan in 2016.
The Forsaken expansion takes guardians back to the Reef, the home of the Awoken and a returning location from Destiny. Naturally, you can hinder the enemy team and even send someone to their side to cause chaos. This includes the Barons, the big bads of the Scorn.
Forsaken also makes a number of changes to weapons, starting with the fact that the Kinetic slot can now have shotguns.
PvP and PvE will be "married" like never before which will be showcased the most through the new mode, the previously mentioned Gambit. Forsaken also adds a new type of weapons, the bow and arrow. Meanwhile, a new Collections menu will help you keep track of collectibles. We do know that the expansion plus the annual pass will be $70, which is important because all of the previous expansions are required for year 2.Читайте также: Serious 401 bus crash near Prescott
Bungie has faced a lot of flak in recent years over its cooperation with publisher Activision in the Destiny series.
The famed studio has been working on Destiny since at least 2010, releasing the first game in 2014 and the second previous year.
What's the difference? According to Bungie, these will focus more on gameplay content and less on cinematics.
Do you have high hopes for Forsaken? It's not clear if these are full-fledged expansions, but you'll get new activities, endgame material and gear.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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