Rare's multiplayer pirate game is the pirate adventure we've always wanted... right?
Though there's every chance it was discovered too late, Reddit user Snow-Spyder had the bright idea of turning shining a UV torch onto the contents on the Destiny 2 Limited Edition bundle. And it worked.
In what we can imagine is an effort to harvest the Destiny 2 hype PC players are holding while their console friends shoot away at the Cabal, Ubisoft have set up another free weekend for their own loot-heavy multiplayer shooter - The Division.
A standard aspect for MMOs since their inception has been for 'raids' to be the upper echelon of content geared toward players who enjoy smashing their heads against the wall for hours per day over a few weeks or months.
Those of you who played The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind way back when probably know a thing or two about the Clockwork City. With that game taking place 700 years after the events of The Elder Scrolls Online, wouldn't you like to see how the mechanical marvel looked 7 centuries ago?
If you've come into Destiny 2 after hundreds of hours in the original Destiny, you're probably well aware of how Bungie hides certain Exotic weapons throughout mysterious quest chains and puzzling in-game events. Good news - they're at it again.
In what has become something of an annual event, Riot Games have added several new character skins to the League of Legends 'Star Guardian' series of anime-inspired costumes. But they've taken things a step further this time around.
In what has become standard practice in most big-name MMOs of recent years, Destiny 2 is employed a familiar system that trickles out new content as the weeks go by.
Destiny 2 has finally released around the world, and guardians are scrambling all over looking for the best loot. Besides from grinding and shooting, there are hidden Destiny 2 Golden Chests all over the game that reward you with items ranging from exchangeable tokens to rare armor. Some are special as they reward you with multiple items, and these are marked by being gold and glowing with possibilities.
Throughout the course of the original Destiny, players unlocked subclasses that would add an extra element of customizability to their chosen class. With more being added over time as the game matured with add-ons and expansions, you're going to have to fight to earn them back in Destiny 2.