Destiny 2: Forsaken for PlayStation 4

Destiny 2: Forsaken

Sep 4, 2018

Downloadble Content

This game requires the base game Destiny 2 to play.

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About this game

Developer: Bungie
Content Rating: Teen


Following years of strife, what remains of the Reef has fallen to lawlessness. You and Cayde-6 are sent to personally investigate the recent unrest. Upon arrival, you soon discover the most-wanted criminals in the Prison of Elders have organized an escape. Beyond the Vanguard’s authority, you’ll pursue these fugitives deep into the Reef. Explore new regions, awaken new powers, earn powerful weapons, and uncover long lost Awoken secrets. The hunt is on.

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Critic Reviews

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Chandler WoodSep 21, 2018
Forsaken won’t change your mind if you don’t like Destiny. It wasn’t made to. It was designed with the people who love Destiny in mind, giving them more of exactly what they want. If you’ve been curious what Bungie’s MMO shooter is all about (or you fell away after Destiny 2 launched), now’s the time to jump on board.
Destin LegarieSep 18, 2018
Thus far, Bungie has delivered on all fronts and even admitted its mistakes with the launch and first year of Destiny 2. Now it’s not only brought back what made me love the first Destiny when it was at its best, but also added a ton of requests that fans – myself included – have wanted for years.
Jason FaulknerSep 18, 2018
Forsaken isn’t a good place to start Destiny 2, but it’s a great place to pick it back up. The game is young enough that you can still start at the beginning and get the full experience as well. Forsaken is a bit of a reset for pretty much everything about Destiny 2, and it’s one that gives me hope that the franchise is making a turn for the better.

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