Destiny Expansion II: House of Wolves for PlayStation 3

Destiny Expansion II: House of Wolves

May 19, 2015

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This game requires the base game Destiny to play.

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About this game

Developer: Bungie
Content Rating: Teen


Expand your Destiny adventure with a wealth of weapons, armor, and gear to earn in new story missions, three new competitive multiplayer maps, and a new cooperative Strike.

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Martin Ruiz

May 19, 2020

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Critic Reviews

10 Reviews
Pete SchwabMay 22, 2015
Overall, House of Wolves is a worthwhile expansion. ...Finally, more variety in the crucible and strike playlists is always welcome and will hopefully bring back lapsed players so there will be more people to play with and against. If you haven’t already been drawn in by Destiny, this expansion won’t offer you anything that will change your mind but it helps round out and spice up content for those who are already invested.
Joe DonatoMay 27, 2015
Bungie stumbled through the gate with Destiny’s launch and course-corrected too harshly with The Dark Below, so it’s quite a surprise to see House of Wolves arrive with such confidence. Whether in the quality of the gear or the quality of the content itself, House of Wolves represents Destiny at its most giving -- its most rewarding. Rather than giving us a carrot on a stick they’ve tossed us into a room full of carrots and dared us to eat our way out.
Samit SarkarMay 29, 2015
House of Wolves finally starts to follow through on a bit of Destiny's promise. There's something in it for everybody, from PvP fans to co-op players to the five people who care about the game's story. The expansion doesn't fix most of Destiny's myriad problems, and it doesn't meaningfully change the moment-to-moment experience of playing the game. But House of Wolves is the first time since Destiny launched eight and a half months ago that I feel a glimmer of hope about the game's future.