We’ve been at it on Destiny 2 for a little over two weeks now, and I figured: “why not make a little tips post on the blog?” So, here I am!
Destiny 2 is full of information that is not openly shared to us gamers, so we wanted to compile a quick list of things to watch out for while playing Destiny 2 as a new player. As I’ve just said, we are focusing on educating newcomers to the game so a good portion of this will be a waste of time to gamers who’ve sank their jaws into Destiny 2 already.Continue reading Destiny 2: A Few Pro Tips
–Or get it now on console!! PC won’t get it until 10/24/2017… T. T
If I were to give you one word to describe my experience with Destiny 2, it would be “fulfilling“.
<vlog coming soon!>
It took me a little under a week to complete the campaign and master all Hunter subclasses, even if I restarted a character part-way. Oddly enough, the character I brought back from Destiny 1 made me feel like the intro to the game didn’t fit the Exo race due to the whole intro, but after some thought I decided to kick it with my Exo Hunter like the good ol’ days anyway. 😀
Words of wisdom to those who’ve yet to pick up for PC (or console):
**Pre-order the game for cool freebies! The game is worth it anyway!
ALL DLC, except the Emotes and Emblems, will be unlocked AT THE END of the campaign, even pre-order Coldheart and Kill-Tracker Ghost shell. (All emotes and emblems are in your hub vault ASAP). They are also obtainable in-game at one point.
If you have moneyto get the Expansions out of the way, BUY the DIGITAL DELUXE. (Note that Digital Deluxe is the $100 pack, the $90 pack is Expansion Pass only). DO NOT base it off the emote, emblem and sword, it wasn’t worth it. (You get them all in-game and the sword was post-campaign along with a cooler sword).
If you are looking to save money or can wait to buy the Expansion Pass, DO NOT BUY the fancy editions and just stick to the Standard edition of the game.
You have been warned. I would have rather spent the extra $40 on silver for bright engrams when I hit Level 20. I would’ve gotten cooler stuff.
September marks off the start of this year’s overbooked month of games. This month we will be seeing AAA titles from a decent roster of devs ranging from sports, fighting, FPS, RPG, racing, indie and retro re-releases. This month is totally a cup(head)ful!