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Destiny 2 Gameplay Reveal

Destiny 2 Gameplay Reveal

Destiny 2 finally had its gameplay unveiling last night and while PC gamers did receive plenty of good news in the form of specific features and changes being made, there was a bit of disappointing news to go along with it. The game offers "Adventures" as short missions to tell players more about the universe and characters of Destiny 2. Ghaul is after the Guardians in order to take their power, so you must stop him. Event attendees can play a new strike called Inverted Spire that takes place on Nessus.

Lost Sectors - Scattered, enemy dungeon layers throughout the world you can discover with unique boss enemies guarding treasure to earn.

You've probably seen the trailer already, but it's worth noting just how warm and humourous it is, despite the story's evident high stakes.

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The Destiny 2 campaign mode was shown off at the Destiny 2 Gameplay Premiere event in LA. And yeah, pretty big news. Known as the European Dead Zone, it features lush forest, an abandoned town and a Red Legion military base among its landscape. One brand new mode is called Countdown. That means we'll learn a lot more about Cayde-6 (Nathan Fillion), Zavala (Lance Reddick), and Ikora (Gina Torres) as the Cabal invade Earth.

Another moon added to the destination list is Jupiter's Io. Originally, Bungie supported "Destiny" on PS3 and Xbox 360 until August 2016. There's also going to be a shared reward system benefiting everyone clan-wide, and Guided Games, a sort of looking-for-group feature in which solo players can be matched up with existing clans to face group activities like raids and Nightfalls. This will allow players a higher degree of customization with their load outs.

We know way more about Destiny 2 now than we did a few hours ago. Created to help solo players quickly jump into multiplayer games, the feature enables single players to partner with a clan for a short period in order to tackle a mission. It's matchmaking, basically. The Crucible has had its player count lowered to 4v4, too.