The Destiny franchise is quickly approaching the status of Legend in the gaming world. Another step in that direction is the expansion Curse of Osiris for Destiny 2. Osiris returns on Dec 5, 2017 and it is unclear if he is friend or foe? In the trailer below you will see him fighting Vex, but in the story line from OG Destiny, Osiris is…. well… insane!
It appears that we are headed back to Mercury, in an attempt to stop the time travelling robots again!
If you were luck enough to make it to the Lighthouse in D1 you may have also discovered Osiris’ “lab”. In which was a non working portal and a various other items scattered around. I am curious to see if they work that into the new story line and even more curious to see if the developers have been listening to their audience as attentively as they did in D1.
Currently the player base is somewhat on the fence if they are going to continue to invest the amount of time into this franchise that they have in the past. Some of the “quality of life” upgrades they made for the “casual” player in D2 have taken away some of the allure for the semi-hard to hard-core players.
Weapon roles, armor roles and exotic hunting. All things that I myself got caught up in at times. Looking for that perfect role on the Palidrome or the right combination of stats to have a Tier 12 build in several armor sets! It is what kept some of us interested in the game long past it’s expiration date.
Don’t even get me started on the everyone gets a medal approach! It’s ruining our society and now a gaming community that I love! We need to fail in order to appreciate our success.
I haven’t touched Destiny 2 since Iron Banner on PS4 and I have been working through the story line on PC since it’s launch. I still love the game and I hope that this expansion points us back in the right direction!
By the looks of the art for the Season pass expansion 2 is due to hit in the Spring of 2018. I am having a hard time discerning if the image is of a dead Ghost or of the Aegis… again… only Time will tell…
Baseball star Aaron Judge shared his own fandom during tonight’s game for the upcoming blockbuster Destiny 2.
As a fan of the game, and to express his excitement for its upcoming release, here is a closer look at the Destiny 2themed cleats and batting gloves worn tonight by Aaron Judge, and others to be worn over the weekend: Link
Humanity has fallen. Villainous Dominus Ghaul (aka Gary) has arrived on Earth with his Red Legion army to lay claim to the power he believes he alone is worthy to wield. Rally with the remaining survivors and rise up to defeat Ghaul before all is lost.
Destiny 2 features a dramatic, cinematic story campaign, and a variety of activities for every type of gamer, including gameplay for solo, cooperative and competitive players with new places to explore and adventures to conquer. Destiny 2launches September 6th on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and will be available for PC on October 24 via Battle.net®, Blizzard Entertainment’s online gaming service.
We are super stoked for Destiny 2 to finally drop. However there are a few things that I have yet to understand, that I am hoping the story that everyone is raving about will answer. For example, after Gary kicks us off the edge of the Tower and has taken our light, how do we still have Ghosts? Where do we get our new abilities from? Why does Gary’s right hand man look like a Vogon?
Come on… tell me I am wrong!
Regardless of the Vogons making a guest appearance we are still, not so patiently awaiting the arrival of Destiny 2.
Oh ya… this trailer is probably one of the best game trailers we have ever seen!
We hope to see amongst the stars as we battle the Red Legion.
Keep an eye out for videos and articles as we get new information and as well we will be doing a full review of the Console vs PC versions of the game.
Thank you to Activision and Bungie for keeping us in the loop.
The next DLC for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – Continuum Coming April 18th to PS4.
Continuum will deliver four new epic multiplayer maps and a funky Zombies co-op experience, Shaolin Shuffle, set in the mean, seedy streets of 1970s New York City.
The new maps look exciting and the new Zombie mode looks like it will have an epic soundtrack! It’s time to get your groove on and Kung-Fu fight your way through the hordes! I am curious to see how they incorporate the 70’s culture into the game mode! #FlowerPower #FreeLove #Disco
Perched atop a gilded penthouse in a sprawling future metropolis, Excess is an intense small, circular map re-imagined from the classic Modern Warfare 2 map, Rust.
Turista is a plush spa and resort for the future elite, nestled in the middle of a giant skeleton of a long dead creature. With sniper perches across a majestic, central waterfall, and tight corners in the hotel for CCQ aficionados,the linear three-lane map allows a variety of playstyles.
Engage in fast-paced, frenetic engagements throughout the contemporary setting of a post-futurist art gallery in Archive. Tight close quarter encounters contrast with open exterior battlegrounds in this wide 3 lane style map.
Get the drop on enemies from long sightlines or tactical pathways in Scrap, mankind’s final dumping ground on the Moon. You’ll need to keep moving and act fast to survive.
In the next episode of the Infinite Warfare Zombies experience, Shaolin Shuffle, the enigmatic movie director villain, Willard Wyler, is bringing back the funk. After escaping the lakeside cabin of horror , our four heroes find themselves time-warped to 1970s New York, only to discover that all of the inhabitants are as undead as disco. Shaolin Shuffle is an action packed, kung-fu fright-fest, filled with enough traps, easter eggs and surprises to satisfy the needs of any master protecting their dojo.