Xbox One - DLC
Destiny 2: Forsaken
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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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In short, if you loved the original Destiny, you need to play Forsaken. If you loved Destiny 2 at launch but fell off (as I did) because of the disappointing endgame and dumbing down of the core mechanics, then you need to play Forsaken. The only thing more surprising than the turnaround Bungie have achieved is that they have done it twice now – lets hope they don’t need to do it a third time.
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.
Ultimately, Bungie finds themselves in a familiar situation with Destiny at the launch of the Forsaken expansion. It’s one where players are once again having fun with the game, as it realizes the potential that Destiny holds. It’s a moment where you’re left scratching your head and asking yourself, why this game didn’t release like this last year? With the base game and three expansions in the books, Destiny 2 feels like a more complete and comprehensive experience.