Destiny: “Very Complicated End Game Activities” and More

Última atualização: 30 de abril de 2014

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We’ve seen a wealth of information about Destiny lately, and we expect we’ll see even more as we get closer to September. With all the videos and details revealed over the past couple of days, we’ve gotten to learn a little more about character customization, competitive gameplay, and the end-game activities.

If you watch the video interview about cooperative strikes, you can catch a brief glimpse of a character customization screen. It shows options for race/gender, face, hair, and marking. It’s unclear how extensive the options will be and whether or not there are additional categories, but if you enjoy changing your characters until they look just the way you want them to, Destiny might allow you to do so.

A few details on competitive multiplayer have also emerged, after Bungie’s Eric “Urk” Osborne responded to the rumor that all game modes would be played in 3-player teams, making every multiplayer match 3 vs. 3. In fact, this is not true, and there are many other multiplayer modes that have yet to be discussed, including a 6-player Raid mode.

Destiny’s competitive aspects are set to be unveiled at E3, so we can’t wait to learn more!

We aren’t entirely sure yet how long the main story of Destiny will be, but Bungie’s David “Deej” Dague promises players won’t run out of things to do, in the following PlayAccess interview.

Most notably, he references “very complicated end game activities” and suggests you’ll really want to have a solid team with you when you tackle the end game.

What do you think? Are you as excited for Destiny as we are?