Destiny 2 is the follow up to 2014’s Destiny. In the run up to its release, developer Bungie has stressed on how much of an improvement it is over the original. While the first game had its fans, it was panned at launch for being far from complete, and shallow in terms of content. Does Destiny 2 fare any better?
When you fire up Destiny 2 for the first time, it shows off your feats from the previous game which is nice touch. Like before, you’re playing as a Guardian – a souped up power ranger who can shoot space magic from the finger tips, and summon force fields at will. Similarly, you can choose between its three classes – Warlock, Titan, and Hunter, each with their own unique skills and abilities.
Destiny 2 begins with your city under siege from the game’s big baddie, Dominus Ghaul. Before you know it, you’re stripped of all your powers and are forced to regain them before you can take the fight to Ghaul and his army.