Destiny: The Taken King for PlayStation 4
PS4 - DLC

Destiny: The Taken King

Sep 15, 2015

Downloadble Content

This game requires the base game Destiny to play.

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Bungie
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

A dark shadow has fallen over our worlds. Oryx, The Taken King, is hell-bent on vengeance and is raising an army of corrupted “Taken” forces by manipulating the Darkness itself. You must find a way into his impenetrable Dreadnaught ship to defeat The Taken King before he and his dark army consume our civilization and bring our solar system to ruin.

Gamer Reviews

18054 Reviews
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Mar 25, 2021
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7.00

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

40 Reviews
8.39
Matt BuchholtzSep 25, 2015
Overall, The Taken King is an experience that I feel will keep me engrossed for weeks to come. Secrets continue to be discovered and unlocked by the Destiny Community every day, and there is still a cache of loot to collect. While a couple frustrating features were simply repackaged, the attention spent on story and fresh content more than make up for it. Plus, the developers’ shift on how one can play Destiny, or what one can do in Destiny foreshadows a bright future for the series.
Michael HuberSep 15, 2015
The story is presented better than ever, the new subclasses offer different playstyles and draw players together, and the grind is alleviated thanks to a plethora of post-game missions and the Dreadnaught patrol zone. We haven’t played the raid and are choosing to judge Destiny on the content that will be delivered to players on day one, but we have incredibly high hopes given everything we’ve seen so far.
Andy McNamaraSep 23, 2015
The improvements to the user interface and quest system alone make the game so much more playable, but they quickly fade to the background once you dig into the content. The game is not without some minor annoyances, but the good far outweighs the bad. You couldn’t pick a better time to try Destiny if you haven’t yet. The Taken King is a testament to Bungie’s craftsmanship and its ability to listen to the feedback from the players who both loved and hated year one. The studio has given us a game that truly is legend.