Destiny 2’s infusion system allowed players to easily power up their favorite gear to use throughout their adventure. Forsaken has tweaked how upgrading is handled; the change shakes up player’s arsenals and encourages experimentation, at the cost of making customization and identity-building more expensive (and…
There are a lot of cool weapons in Destiny, which is one of the reasons it’s such a popular game. Here are the top five drops in the latest expansion, which launched last week for PC and consoles.
Destiny, a video game about traveling through space trying to steal handcannon kills from your teammates, has a long and storied history of allowing you to go places you shouldn’t. The new expansion is no exception.
I, like many other hardcore Destiny players, have been lapsed for the past year but returned to the game yesterday for the launch of Forsaken. It’s a weird, wild, and comforting feeling, like slipping into a familiar pair of shoes. Or, more accurately, like getting on a familiar treadmill.
Here we go—Destiny 2's Forsaken is now live, and I’m returning to the game for the first time in nearly a year. Or, as the kids like to call it, I’m “back on my bullshit.” We’ll have plenty of coverage on all the new stuff in the coming days.
Bungie has a new trailer showing the exotics that will be added to Destiny 2 in the Forsaken expansion. The studio apparently took all the criticism of the game’s existing arsenal to heart, because now it’s adding a bow that lets you see through walls and boots that reflect projectiles among other things.
Did you know that Forsaken is getting a remastered PC release on July 31? I’ll bet you didn’t. Nightdive Studios, currently working on remastering System Shock, appears to be looking for some extra cash by reviving the 1998 dystopic shooter few remember beyond its haunting box art. 2018 continues to amaze.
One of the highlights of Destiny 2's upcoming fall expansion is Gambit, a competitive PvE and PvP mode that asks two teams of four players to fight each other in a very different fashion. I played a few rounds of Gambit at an Activision event in Los Angeles and am pleased to say that it’s very, very good.
Since the dawn of gaming there have been top ten lists. Lists of the best games; lists of the worst games; lists of the sexiest, most offensive, most family friendly, most humorous; there are top ten lists for nearly every game under the sun. And then there are the games that lurk where the sun doesn't shine.