In addition to free gifts, I wouldn’t be surprised if Bungie gives us some new information too.
It was previously reported that fans were outraged with the announcement on the Collector’s Edition of “Destiny: The Taken King” expansion because of its hefty price and redundant content. Furthermore, what really irked the game’s avid players was the fact that they will have to repurchase the base game and its existing two add-ons in order to access exclusive content in the expansion’s Collector’s Edition. Unlike House of Wolves, Taken King adds a new raid as well. Bungie will look to continue that tradition next week with Destiny.
All will be revealed on Bungie Day, which celebrates the community and takes place on July 7.
Of course they didn’t detail what was meant by this, but the celebration is not too far now so we will find out soon enough. The Taken King is said to be the biggest expansion yet for the game.
Also included in Bungie’s list of new stuff is a new destination, Oryx’s fortress-of-doom-y Dreadnaught, a new level cap and other new ways to empower one’s Guardian, and new subclasses complete with new Supers and abilities, along with plenty of new gameplay options in the form of new strikes (and a few reimagined old ones) and Crucible modes (which will also come with new maps).
Destiny is not a stranger to players gaming the system.
Bungie has warned gamers that, as it prepares Destiny for the future, small problems, including more maintenance, will affect the shooter but says that it will work hard to eliminate all issues as soon as they appear.
What do you think of the Destiny: The Taken King package?
Destiny: The Taken King releases September 15, 2015 for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.