I have been crying for weeks now, after the Destiny trailer dropped on Saturday night and my stomach tightened.
I didn’t know how long I would be going through this, but my heart was breaking.
Destiny 2, released on November 19, has been my biggest and favourite game of the year so far.
It’s the most epic, and yet most accessible, game I’ve played in years, and it’s been a journey that has taken me from the dark depths of my own depression to my very first love.
Destiny is about more than just finding the mythical weapon that will save the universe, though; it’s about finding a connection to something that makes the world feel alive and vital.
Destiny’s story follows an alien race called the Asura who were once enslaved by the Titans, who now serve the Asuras and have ruled over the galaxy for millennia.
Asura, along with their fellow aliens, are in search of a way to find an ancient relic called the Infinity Stone, which will help them reach a distant star system called Kree.
Destiny has the largest number of enemies in any game on console so far, and the gameplay is very intense and action-packed, with a handful of modes including Survival, and a new campaign called The Hunt.
But it’s also one of the most accessible games on the PlayStation 4, offering two playable game modes and no story to speak of.
It feels like Destiny 2 has been in development for years, but it took some time for it to hit the big screen.
I was initially unsure of what to expect, but after watching the trailer I was blown away by the sheer magnitude of the game.
Destiny feels so much bigger than anything I’ve seen before.
The world is vast, the characters are beautiful and the lore is deep.
Destiny: The Taken King was released last year, but I’d been expecting a sequel since I first played the original game back in 2011.
It was at that point that I realized how much I loved playing Destiny, but now I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it.
Destiny was an incredible game in its own right, and while the story is simple and the graphics are stunning, it’s the gameplay that truly makes Destiny special.
The gameplay itself is a big part of why I love playing Destiny.
There’s no doubt that Destiny 2 is going to be an incredible experience, and I’m looking forward to it as much as the next guy.
I’m excited to finally get my own hands on Destiny 2 and see how it fares.
Destiny 1, released last month, wasn’t the most impressive title I’ve ever played.
It wasn’t as well polished or visually stunning as Destiny 2’s campaign, and despite its big graphical overhaul, it didn’t do much to challenge me in the ways that the original Destiny did.
It just felt like Destiny 1.
Destiny 4 was announced earlier this month, and although I haven’t played it yet, I think it’s a fantastic game that should be available to everyone.
I think the big draw of Destiny 4 is its open world, which allows for exploration of a vast universe.
This open world makes exploration of the world even more enjoyable, and its lack of a story means it can focus on gameplay.
I like to think of Destiny as a combination of Assassin’s Creed and Minecraft, with open world exploration and lots of content.
In fact, my biggest complaint with Destiny 4’s predecessor was that it felt like there was so little content.
It felt like every single feature that was in Destiny 2 had been added to the game, so it felt empty.
Destiny seems to have taken a similar approach with Destiny 2.
The open world is great, but there are so many more things to do in Destiny that I love, like exploring and collecting more loot.
There are also so many new items that I can unlock that will let me expand my gameplay in many different ways.
This new open world means that Destiny’s combat and combat-based gameplay are very accessible, and this makes it so much more fun to play.
Destiny fans will be happy to know that the game’s story is still unfolding, as the first chapter is set for release on November 28.
I have so much anticipation for this chapter because it feels like the beginning of a new story, and there’s so much to look forward to in this one.
Destiny will be available for free for PS4 owners on November 15, and Destiny 2 will be released for Xbox One on November 18.
I hope you enjoy playing Destiny 2 as much I do, and you’ll have the opportunity to check out the first episode of the new game on October 12.