It wouldn't be too much of an exaggeration to call Destiny 2 one of the most anticipated sequels in this generation. Destiny took the shooter genre by storm in 2014 despite middle-of-the-road reviews, and it has persisted through the years as a dominate force in the industry. It's a game full of great moments, from getting your first Gjallarhorn to sending Aksis back to the swirling nether with a bunch of your friends. In between these moments lie a bevy of concerns that any proposed sequel would do right to address. Below are a handful of the notables.
This week, we are happy to highlight The Destiny Wiki for New Wiki Monday. Very recently, this wiki has received a massive amount of updates and added content! Developed by Bungie, the same studio behind Halo, Destiny will be available for Playstation 3, Xbox 360 and their next generation counterparts. This shared-world shooter is being published by Activision.
With both cooperative and competitive multiplayer modes, players in Destiny are placed in a post-apocalyptic new world just past the collapse of a golden age of peace and prosperity. A game with a rich science fiction backdrop, Destiny players assume the role of Guardian of the City. This is the last city and the last hope for humanity! Investigate and destroy threats before they bring even more havoc upon the remnants of the human race!
Even though The Destiny Wiki is already an amazing resource, more Guardians are always welcome to join in! Anyone interested in assisting the community by keeping the wiki the most up to date with information is encouraged to do so. To get started, please see the help page for tips on contributing and editing!