Remember Destiny‘s Trials of Osiris mode? The challenging PvP event, which saw 3v3 teams fight it out to reach the loot-laden Lighthouse, was hugely popular among the original game’s PvP community. Developer Bungie has now confirmed widespread speculation, and announced that the mode is indeed returning to Destiny 2.
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Bungie gave us a quick teaser for Destiny 2: Season of Dawn earlier this week, but now the dev has properly unveiled what to expect from the new content in a livestream. Besides the previously announced exotics, activities, and items, the devs have offered up a bit more detail on what to expect from the PvP side of the game.
Steam is now asking players if they want to revise reviews they’ve written. A screengrab posted to Reddit shows the storefront politely asking the original poster if they would like to “revise” their review of Destiny 2: Shadowkeep, referencing the fact that they’ve played “an additional 93 hours” after offering their initial thoughts.
Telesto is taking a bit of a resto. Bungie has disabled access to the exotic fusion rifle in all activities in Destiny 2, after players discovered a game-breaking combination with one of the weapon mods gained from Iron Banner.
Destiny 2 came to Steam over two weeks ago, and while that’s broadly been a good thing for PC loot shooter fans, it hasn’t been without issue. Migration from Battle.net to Steam still isn’t working for some players, who’ve been unable to access their characters or their Shadowkeep pre-order since launch. Bungie says it’s put some fixes places in place, but it looks like the issues are still ongoing.
As always, Destiny 2: Shadowkeep boosts the power cap, but unlike previous expansions, it also boosts the power floor, in an effort to peel off the early-game grind before you can get to the new content. It only takes a handful of hours now to reach the soft cap on progression, which is why it’s even stranger that Bungie is offering a way to pay for a modest character boost.
Destiny 2 has had a big week with the launch of Shadowkeep and its free-to-play debut, and all the hype has brought in a bunch of new and returning players. While it’s no surprise to see the Destiny 2 player count reaching new heights thanks to its newly-removed price of entry, the launch has shuffled the platform hierarchy, and PC is now the game’s top platform.
Log into Destiny 2 right now and you’ll notice something strange is happening in the main social hub: it’s currently undergoing a little light construction. The mysterious engineering works are located in the bazaar, which you can find east of The Tower’s starting area, and features scaffolding, walkways, and other features that turn humanity’s last refuge into a building site
We’re winding down through the last few months of 2019, and you know what that means – the winter edition of charity speedrunning marathon Games Done Quick is coming back around for another week of playing games fast. The folks behind GDQ have revealed the list of games that’ll be at Awesome Games Done Quick, and there’s at least one major new addition this year.