Destiny 2: Amateur Look

  • 15-01-2021 |
  • Abigail Davis

Destiny 2 is a multiplayer first-person shooter video game. It is a sequel to 2014's Destiny and its subsequent expansions. The game was released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 6, 2017, and on October 24 for Microsoft Windows.

Destiny 2 is set six years after the events of the first game. The game features four new worlds to explore: European Dead Zone, Titan, Io, and Nessus. There is also an open-world area on Earth called the European Dead Zone.

The game features a new Public Event system, which rewards players with loot and puts players in more dynamic and diverse situations. The game also features more competitive multiplayer content such as new Crucible game modes.

Destiny 2: Where is a Loot

When Destiny 2 released, it was met with a lot of praise due to its fresh take on the Destiny universe. However, one major complaint was that for a game that is all about loot, there was very little of it to be found. Bungie has heard the complaints of the community and are planning on bringing loot back to the moon next season.

Bungie has noted that when Destiny 2 released, they were still exploring the best ways to provide loot to players. They wanted to make sure that they were investing time in the right areas while bringing loot back to the moon next season. 

While Bungie has not given any information on what to expect, most players were expecting that loot will come in the form of engrams that drop like before. 

In Preparation for Better Times

Overall, Bungie is looking to make the Destiny game series a more enjoyable game for the players. It was a lot of fun playing Destiny 2 when it released, but the lack of loot made the game feel like it was missing a big part of what made the original game so enjoyable. Hopefully, the changes Bungie makes will make Destiny a more enjoyable game for all players.

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