"The beginning of the second year is off to a great start and we really hope that Bungie can avoid any more unnecessary problems in the future."
"It's actually an improvement over the last expansion despite the fact that they feel quite similar."
Join us as we dive into the latest season of Bungie's looter-shooter.
It will bring Solar 3.0, Scythes, and will see Guardians returning to the Leviathan.
It'll bring new loot and will be able to be purchased as a single product.
A gigantic This Week at Bungie has landed, and it features proposed changes to a whole array of different areas of the shooter.
The Witch Queen era of Destiny 2 is pretty great, but there are still problems.
It'll challenge even the most versed of Guardians.
The looter-shooter isn't supported on Valve's handheld platform, and anyone who attempts to bypass the incompatibility may be banned from the game.
The aim is to "reduce the frequency of visits to the Postmaster when running playlist activities."
The rocket launcher made its return as part of the 30th Anniversary DLC yesterday.
Festival of the Lost is back!
And we've been given another teaser on the next Festival of the Lost, although no official reveal for the event yet.
We caught up with Bungie's Robbie Stevens to discuss the shooter's latest season.
Mara Sov is back after her encounter with the Dreadnaught at the start of Destiny's The Taken King expansion.
We got a taste of the feature a few months ago when a crossplay beta occured.
Bungie's beloved shooter is in a recycled rut, and the light at the end of that tunnel seems to be the next expansion coming sometime in 2022.