“I don’t have time to explain why I don’t have time to explain.”
As those of you who witnessed some of the interesting dialogues in Original fate Exo Stranger is back in Destiny, as you may have gathered from my opening quote. And this time I have time to explain, so it’s all gravy. What this rambling preamble brings is Destiny 2 – Beyond the light. That said, the expansion does add new content to the game, but what Bungie gives in one hand, what it steals in the other, and a lot of content seems to be “Vaulted”. Therefore, it may be a little misunderstood.
First, let’s focus on the good ones. About the new things Beyond Light brings to the party. There is a whole new planet, Europa, to explore. It seems very cold judging from the ice and snow everywhere. The campaign has a whole new section, and the usual bungee metaphor is “The only guardian in the entire tower who seems to know one end of the gun from the other. Rest your destiny. You again. The end of the universe on his shoulder. ”
This time, a pyramid that threatened to put an end to light and travelers appeared throughout the solar system, and the fallen angels signed a contract to take advantage of the darkness contained therein. What this really means is that Elamis, the new Kells Kell, and her new house salvation have managed to capture the pieces of darkness, which gives them immeasurable power. Throughout the fateful journey up to this point, we had only three flavors of power, but now darkness conferred the power of stasis. This basically means ice. When you are hit by a stasis attack, you freeze hard. As you can imagine, the new Campaign Ark boss is really painful to defeat as everyone is using it. Of course, we decide that the best way to deal with this power of darkness is to fight fire and fire, and we take darkness into ourselves, causing ghosts to have a nervous breakdown. How can light and darkness be on one host? Well, there is a story there, but for fear of spoilers, I will cancel the exposition there.
Now, another thing that Bungy usually adds in these extensions is the entire host of new exotic weapons and armor, along with new regular loot that ensures that the old gear looks a bit sad.I stopped playing Destiny 2 at the end of Abandoned Almost and whole Shadow keep Things went by, so it was a nice surprise to launch the game and see my three guys upgraded to 1050 lights. Of course, I’m at the end of my campaign with Titan and she’s leveled up to 1206 lights, but above 1200 my goodness slows down. In other words, it goes through Destiny when it is capped. It wasn’t light, it was just the level. The only way to be strong was to find better gear. I’ve never remembered such a difficult thing. I keep hitting the Strike playlist and the game is trolling me with armor at 1199 lights, for example, except for the exotic submachine gun that dropped at 1204 lights. And what’s worse, Bungie introduced a light level cap in the old kit. This is a little kick.
In addition to the new equipment, Bungie has added new Strikes and even a brand new Raid – Deep Stone Crypt. The new strike is a normal combination of mayhem and destruction, and the European-set Grassway has a memorable Beck’s climax that requires some getting used to.We will also debut a new public event, including one that includes three robots that appear to fallen playing TitanfallA huge bipedal machine with an overshield that hits like a train.
In addition to Europa, the bungee is taking home a cosmodrome and running around. This is a fun and memorable nostalgic trip. Remember going back to the foggy era of the first Destiny Beta to access Cosmodrome? And was everyone the first thing they decided to go down the slopes and explore the basement? Remember the hive knight that destroyed you? Well, they’re back! If you hit the Cosmodrome again, the knight is too powerful for you, but I’m happy to report that you can kill it with a little light grinding. Overall, this extension has a lot of fan service and shows a love for old places. Rumors are swirling that the Vault of Glass will be restarted, and I’m very excited about what Bungie will bring. The following table.
Now, as mentioned at the beginning of this review, Bungie has also decided to remove a lot of content in addition to adding new ones. While adding Europa and Cosmodrome, Mars, Io, Titan, Mercury, and The Leviathan have been removed because they are “Consumed by Darkness” and added to the Destiny Content Vault. Basically, this is how Bungie shrinks the game. Updates are easier because you don’t have to support all of these extra areas. In addition to removing locations, many stories are now counted as “legacy”. Even shadow keep missions that I didn’t play are now counted as legacy content. Also, many weapons disappear into the vault and no longer play a role in the game. Some of these are exotic, but not all hope is lost. As you can see, the tower has vendors who can buy legacy exotics and armor, but the prices are surprisingly high and require a ridiculous amount of planetary consumables and other items. It’s great to have a chance to complete the collection, but their light caps are so low that they’re almost irrelevant now.
Fortunately, Destiny 2: Beyond Light plays as if you remember playing Destiny. It doesn’t take long to get back to the swing of things, such as running, shooting guns, and getting sweet loot like never before. Away. The core gunplay at the heart of Destiny is always good and cannot be denied. With this extension, it feels the same. Europa is the first bit of Destiny I’ve seen due to the weather, so the graphics look pretty good on the Xbox One S as well. A snowstorm is approaching, making it almost impossible to see everything. Having a Fallen or Vex gangster and a large rack when the 5 yards in front of you are barely visible is an interesting experience when it first happens.
Also released with new content is Destiny’s latest season, The Season of the Hunt. In this season, “Wrathborn”. These Wrathborns are damaged Cabals and Fallens that have been exposed to the magic of the Hive God of War’s Xivu Arath and need to be removed. Overall, there are many things that will keep you hooked.
In conclusion, Destiny: Beyond Light on Xbox Ax more content than you add, but it’s still worth a try. The new world is an interesting place, with lots of post-story content from Variks, so it’s a lot of fun. The new raid certainly makes me happy, and looks bright with new exotic quests and hunts to join in the future. The results were good, but Bungy, there’s enough here to make up for the loss.
“I don’t have time to explain why I don’t have time to explain.” Exo Stranger is back in Destiny, as those who witnessed some of the funny conversations in the original Destiny may have come from my opening quote. And this time I have time to explain, so it’s all gravy. This rambling preamble brings the latest enhancements to Destiny 2-Beyond Light. That said, while extensions do add new content to the game, they’re something that Bungie gives with one hand, which can be a bit misleading …
Destiny 2: Beyond Light Reviews
Destiny 2: Beyond Light Reviews
- By bungee standards, the new story is deep
- New areas, especially blizzards in Europe, look great
- The basic gunplay hasn’t changed, but new stasis power has been added as an option.
- Resting force is too OP in the crucible
- More content was lost than was added
- No results for 2 consecutive expansions
- Many thanks for the free copy of the game-Bungee
- Format-Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5, Stadia, PC
- Version reviewed-Xbox One
- Release Date-November 2020
- Price-From £ 34.99