After 18 hours, an unspeakable grind and one of the worst experiences in the game I’ve had to date, I finally acquired the 2019 majestic Solstice armor for my Hunter. What did it cost? Almost everything.
Armor 2.0 shows that Bungie is committed to making Destiny 2 more RPG-like.
It's shitty marketing, but maybe it will get "gamers" to relax already.
It's a yikes from me, dawg.
It's a delay, but it's not a bad one!
After the events of the first game and following the Red War, the Vanguard has placed a global no-fly-zone over the Moon, and with the release of Shadowkeep, Destiny 2’s next major expansion, we’re about to find out why.
Season of Opulence, or Destiny 2 Season 7, has been out for a little under a week, and we've spent some time playing pretty much everything except the raid. Here are our thoughts on what's good, what's bad and what's ugly about the final season of Destiny 2's second year.
When it comes to Destiny 2, I extremely do not like the Infinite Forest. I’m not a big fan of the planet Mercury in general, whether I’m playing Crucible, strikes, or the weekly Flashpoint. As of now, there are two exceptions, both temporary: the seasonal variations on the Infinite Forest, the Haunted Forest and the Verdant Forest.