Bungie’s upcoming first person shooter title Destiny 2 is getting closer for its release and developers have been updating us with the details related to game’s content and also some changes which were made by the developing team after the game’s most recent beta.
Popular magazine known as EDGE reports that the game will launch with up to 80 single-player missions and PvE activities, so it can be said that the story mode will take around 55 hours to complete the campaign mode. The report was highlighted by reddit user which also notes that we will be getting to see some of the likes from first installment in the franchise such as; Strikes, Patrols, Adventures, Lost Sectors, and World Quests.
It has also been noted that there was initially more content for the Destiny 2 that will even take more than 55 hours to end the campaign mode and also the level of progression was less than the content. However, the studio decided to cut up the additional material by making some adjustments.
Additionally, some details of the changes made by Bungie after the beta have emerged online, thanks to the reddit user ‘kapowaz’. These can be seen right below;
- ‘The beta did not contain the final implementation of how Energy weapons work against AI combatants with elemental shields; when the shield is depleted, it explodes, nuking any enemies that happen to be nearby’
- Nightfall strikes now have a time limit (varying by Strike; one example was 13 minutes) so efficiency and settling on a strategy beforehand will be important
- There are over 80 missions and (PVE) activities, and each is substantial in length, challenge, story and reward
- There’s so much new content that at one point in development they realised they had more content than progression (something they’ve subsequently fixed)
While lately, it was also confirmed that the PC version will not be a port of console version and will be a proper edition instead, so players can imagine that it will be a proper edition without glitches and usual bugs.
Destiny 2 is scheduled for release on September 6th for PS4 and Xbox One, while the PC version will be launching on October 24th. Stay tuned for more updates!