A number of iconic Destiny 2 Exotic weapons including Whisper of the Worm and Ace of Spaces are getting nerfed in the game's next content season.
Bungie is planning another big update for Destiny 2, which it colloquially refers to as a sandbox patch. Update 2.2.2 is nearly ready for deployment this month, and a lot of it will deal with weapon balancing, specifically hand cannons. Lun...
Destiny 2's The Tower Invitation of the Nine bounty takes players to the Tangled Shore, but a minor technical issue bars the bounty's completion.
Xur has returned this week with new goods and another Invitations of the Nine quest for Destiny 2: Forsaken players to complete.
Each recipe requires its own ingredients to be crafted and in this Destiny 2 guide we will focus on getting Flash Light Inspiration, necessary to bake Traveler Donut Holes (for Ikora) and Candy Dead Ghosts (for Spider).
In this guide, we are going to let you know the Destiny 2 Xur location for December 28-January 1 so you can check out what he's selling.
There are still those who are willing to get up at the crack of dusk and boot up their console to find him for you. People who’ll risk digital life and limb to let you know if Xur is selling a treasure or rubbish. I just so happen to be one of those people. Maybe you’re stuck at work and can only log in later tonight. In that case: Where is Xur?
When Destiny first launched, its story was a punchline, a string of proper nouns that was barely coherent, let alone engaging. Over the past four years, the developers at Bungie have worked very hard to change that, and the game’s latest plot twist makes for strong evidence that they’ve succeeded.
The Infinite Forest at the heart of Destiny 2's Curse of Osiris DLC is, as Tim wrote last month, "infinite in name only". Far from the endless labyrinth that some players had hoped for, the forest is really just connective tissue between story beats, and once you've finished one segment you're whisked away. An amateur developer and Destiny 2 player called Pheonise felt strongly enough to have a crack at fixing that, cobbling together a concept for a truly infinite forest in just two days.Pheonise's system creates a series of procedurally generated levels broken up by random events—that might be a boss fight, a horde defense or a puzzle to solve. Completing these events will net players a loot box, and they'll be given the option of continuing or leaving the forest entirely. If they push on they'll find themselves in another procedurally generated section, at the end of which is another event, and so on. Yes, it's rough and ready (the
The Dawning begins next week on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.