Destiny 2 data disc brings a lot of news

The new data disc for Destiny 2 with the subtitle Lightfall was supposed to be released this year, it will finally arrive on our consoles and PC only on February 28 next year. However, it seems that good things are worth waiting for. The supplement actually brings a significant amount of news.

The main addition is a brand new location on the planet Neptune with its hidden city of Neomuna. This avoided the destruction of the collapse of civilizations, so unlike other places in the world of Destiny, you will not walk through destroyed ruins, but instead run through the neon streets of a perfumed city.

A green subclass called Strand will also be added to the game, which uses a grappling hook among other things. Perfect for the urban environment of Neomuna! Here, the Guardians encounter the villain Calus and his Shadow Legion. However, they won’t be alone, the so-called Cloud Striders, something like the guardians of Neomuna, will also face the enemy. Thanks to this, you will get access to completely new weapons, such as the Quicksilver Storm automatic rifle.

At Bungie, they also looked at the accessibility tooth for new players. For example, The Guardian Rank, a ranking that players progress through as they familiarize themselves with game mechanics, should help. Newbies will be helped to better understand how the game actually works, veterans will receive rewards for helping new players.

The creators also promised a clearer user interface, which honestly should have come earlier. Similarly, there is a function for finding teams that want to perform the same tasks. A standard thing for MMO games, but Destiny took a little time.

Anyway, Destiny 2: Lightfall looks like another botched batch of content. All that remains is to keep our fingers crossed that everything does not end with just promises.

Source: Games by

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