With the release date of the “The Taken King” expansion set for September 15, gamers are bracing themselves for new loot and exotic gear for “Destiny“. “In that opt-in way, there’s more of it in the game”. Also, there’s tons of information about how the end-game experience will change for longtime players.
With The Taken King expansion right around the corner, Bungie has been rolling out information about the future of Destiny faster than we can keep up.
Rounding off this roundup of news is Bungie’s latest Weekly Update, which had new info to share about Destiny’s weekly activities and the changes coming to those with The Taken King.
Strikes are getting changeable variables along with rewards that are specific to each of their missions.
Bosses with more interested combat phases and less vitality. Destiny The Taken King players will notice differences in Strike playlists too.
Next up is Nightfalls: gone is the EXP-multiplier buff and the death of all players no longer boots you back to orbit.
The second exotic is “The Chaperone”, a shotgun that grants the player an agility boost and fires single slug shots.
The weekly Nightfall strike has seen further changes, with the removal of its experience point-multiplier buff and full restart wipe should all players die. This makes rewards available for every character.
Conversely, Guardians will be guaranteed a Legendary Engram drop from a character’s first clear of a Weekly Heroic Strike, creating the need to switch characters. Dinklage has probably been one of the most critical and hotly debated issues of Destiny since it’s release for sounding disinterested in his role.
For starters, Bungie is removing Destiny’s Weekly Heroic Strikes.
The Daily Heroic and Daily PVP missions will now be based on account completion, so you won’t have to do them once on each character per day. On top of that, developer, Bungie, has been teasing the arrival of the huge expansion by showcasing some of the Exotic Gear and weapons, which will be included.
Destiny: The Taken King has through multiple updates for the numerous months that it has been heard of.