This week has been very informative for Halo and Destiny fans all over the world as the developers of legendary franchises have addressed gamers’ main questions and concerns. Bungie dispelled the fears of fans regarding a paid content in The Taken King DLC and 343 Industries leaked some facts on game achievements in upcoming Halo 5: The Guardians. Let us give you some more details on that:
With Bungie introducing microtransactions in Destiny, there are growing concerns what consumable items may come to the shared world shooter and the future for a price after a number of new options were discovered in patch files. Among the new items things like the ability to level gaming character’s equipped subclass, the ability to get more moldering shard in the raid and buff weapon drops were found. Luke Smith, a long time Bungie employee, hurried to calm fans down tweeting that the developer revealed no plans to start selling drop rate buffs. Bungie rep hasn’t said anything officially about other level boosters yet which still raises concerns among the players.
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We were super excited to put our hands on The Taken King last night and spent a few hours beating new campaign missions to provide our readers with a detailed review on a new Destiny expansion. Here is what we are thinking so far..
Overall we liked new campaign missions with their brief and right to the point plots, well developed characters and lots of new battle grounds.
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The Taken King now offers spacious areas where all action takes place: from a tangled labyrinth to a remote space station orbiting Mars. Tons of horizontal and vertical spaces offered for a combat feature a lot of attack opportunities and multiple approaches. We were very pleased with a variety of ways to use character’s special abilities and the weapons found throughout the game play.
Missions are full of diversity even if they take place at the same places you have visited before, at one point your task can be finding the keys to unlock certain doors and the next mission may require you to sneak around Hive guards without getting shot.
We have also been quite impressed with The Taken King’s enemies horrifying look as they now look as the twisted versions of usual Destiny creatures.
The Taken King is a fun Destiny content expansion with lots of entertaining missions and cool looking enemies to defeat, tasks to accomplish and areas to battle at. Explore the limits of your Destiny character’s possibilities in the game with the help of our modded controllers for all major gaming systems. Take a moment and check out Fate Multi Mode package that can be installed on to any controller of your choice and become Destiny unbeatable!
Welcome to our new monthly section where we will be giving you tips and tons of other useful information you will need to dominate in the most popular shooting games on the market.
Today we will talk about Destiny’s new expansion named House of Wolfes and it’s mode – the Trials of Osiris that is going to be a place to go for PVP rewards from now on. The event will be happening every week Friday to Monday placing Guardians in a three versus three PVP arena where they will hunt for some of the game’s best weapon and armor. Players will have to get 9 wins before the end of the event to get the rewards and you we are glad to share all useful tips with you to get maximum wins.
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The weapons you will be equipped with is your key success factor therefore we suggest you ascend your weapons and armor to do as much damage as possible or have the best defense. All of your exotics can be ascended for the cost of some glimmer , materials and one exotic shard. On the armor side, you can earn it at the new light level of forty two from the of Prison of Elders so keep that option in mind before selecting which pieces you like to ascend. [Read more]
The latest baby of Activision and Bungie corporations – Destiny, finally hit the stores nationwide on September, 9th and already became the most successful game franchise launch in history with over $500 million worth of copies of the game sold during the first day. Have you had a chance to play the game yet and get immersed into the phantasy world of intergalactic wars between the Guardians and the Aliens? If you haven’t so far, the info below might help you decide on whether or not the game will be entertaining enough to meet your expectations.
Destiny is set few hundred years in the future in outer space where humanity is on the verge of extinction and the last defenders, the Guardians, are fiercely fighting against the Aliens to protect the last city on Earth. [Read more]