Destiny was originally developed by Bungie and published by Activision. Back in 2014, Bungie released first installment to the series ‘Destiny’. Destiny have had made over $1 Billion over the period of past three years. There were a total of 4 Expansion Passes released for Vanilla Destiny. First DLC The Dark Below was released on December 9, 2014. It’s story circulated around Moon and Crota, Son of Oryx. Later on, after 5-6 months, Bungie released second DLC for Destiny. House of Wolves released on May 19, 2015. In this expansion, Guardians fight against a Fallen lord named Skolas who was escaped from Prison of Elders. Third DLC was definitely the most favorite expansion in Destiny and is called The Taken King released on September 15, 2015. Oryx is here himself to take revenge of the death of his Son. Queen of the Reed, Mara Sov, tried to stop Oryx but failed and is lost in Space now (Bungie did confirmed that she’s not dead). The Final DLC is titled Rise of Iron (September 20, 2016). Along with Lord Saladin, guardians of The Last City defeats a growing threat of SIVA that has infected everything in the Plaguelands by defeating Aksis Archon Prime.
Next Sequel: Destiny 2
Bungie revealed Destiny 2 back in May, 2017. Players were super Hyped about that game as Destiny 1 was about to End with its last content update Age of Triumph. We get to see the first ever gameplay of Destiny 2 at Destiny 2 Gameplay Reveal Event on May 18, 2017. At Sony E3 Press Conference, we also got many new information about the Pre-order Bonuses. Destiny 2 Beta went LIVE on consoles July 18 and August 28 on PC. Destiny 2 is set to release on September 6 at midnight on consoles (PlayStation 4 and Xbox One) and October 24, 2017 on PC.
We know that Destiny 2 is coming with two brand new expansions that focuses on Osiris and Rasputin. Recently, Destiny 2’s first Expansion got revealed and is called The Curse of Osiris and is set to release in December 2017. We also got some new details about the 2nd Expansion of Destiny 2. It is set to release in Spring 2018.
After playing Destiny 2, we can say that it’s Story is mainly focused getting your lost power back and take control in The Last City from Red Legion forces. There are a total of 50+ cut-scenes in campaign that make it even more alive. There are 17 campaign missions. Destiny 2 is one of those games in which players can spend 1000’s of hours.
Destiny 2 PvP has been changed a LOT if we compare it to D1 PvP. There are now 4v4 crucible matches for Trials as well. Bungie said, it makes PvP even more competitive. That’s not all! All the one-shot kill things are now gone — Shoulder Charge is not One-shot kill in Destiny 2. Bungie revealed the release date of Destiny 2’s first Trials. There are a total of 10 PvP Maps (11 if we count PlayStation Exclusive map as well). There are tons of PvP game-modes returning to Destiny 2 and some new ones that includes Countdown and Survival.
Well, Destiny is not Destiny without it’s PvE. The main fun begins when players get together and form a Fireteam to do Raids, Nightfalls and other activities. In Destiny 2 PvE, there are 80+ activities including Lost Sectors, Flashpoints, Adventures and Public Events. While players can easily get to 250 Power Level, going onward to 350 PL will be hard — for that, you’ll need to complete as many activities as you can which in this game is called Grinding. Bungie did said that, in Destiny 2, you’ll get rewarded for everything. With Guided Games, Bungie introduced a brand new and easy way for solo players to team-up with other Fireteams to experience everything Destiny 2 has to offer!
We know Destiny 2’s first Raid being called ‘The Leviathan’ releasing on September 13, 2017. We also know that it’s on that Giant Catfish. But we don’t know who we will be facing there. Maybe Leviathan is operated by Ghaul and he has taken back his forces. We will definitely hear more about it!
We think Bungie did a really what player wanted with this Destiny sequel — there are a lot of new things that players will find as they play through the game. We are looking forward to what Bungie has planned for this title and for the future of Destiny!