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  • Rockstar Energy Teamed Up With Bungie To Offer Destiny 2 Loot

    rockstar energy destiny 2Rockstar Energy Drink and Bungie have teamed up together to offer Destiny 2 players exclusive loot for purchasing and drinking Rockstar Energy drinks.

    The limited edition run of Rockstar Energy Drink cans will offer unique Destiny 2 themed designs across a total of three different flavors. Each can will have a unique code printed on it that can be used to access special loot in Destiny 2.

    Currently, the three flavors that feature the Destiny 2 branding are the original flavor, Blueberry Pomegranate Acai, and Tropical Guava. Each of the three flavors represents three Destiny 2 characters from the game's story.

    Unique items are available for all three classes; Titan, Warlock or Hunter. In total, there are 24 unique rewards for players to unlock via the Rockstar Energy drink campaign, and a total of three can be unlocked per week, per account.

    Players that enter a code will also be given an entry into various competitions hosted by Rockstar Energy. Each code will offer an entry to a daily competition, 1 weekly competition and 1 entry to the grand prize competition. Unlike the limit on Destiny 2 rewards, there are no limits to a number of entries players can get for the competitions.

    The daily prize is a copy of Destiny 2 Limited Edition. The weekly prize is a copy of Destiny 2 Limited Edition and a PS4 Pro console.

    The grand prize is a Destiny 2 themed Husqvarna 701 Enduro motorcycle.

  • First Destiny 2 Raid Goes Live

    destiny 2 raid leviathanThe first raid for Destiny 2 has finally gone live and we've got some unique details to share about it.

    Bungie's game director, Luke Smith, has revealed that the first raid will require a power level between 260 and 280. For those that haven't had a chance to play much Destiny 2 yet, you've got some catching up to do before the raid will be accessible to you.

    Raids have always been the most challenging aspect of the Destiny game world, so it makes sense that a minimum power level cap has been set to make sure inexperienced players don't accidentally walk into a world filled with pain.

    The first raid for Destiny 2 is called Leviathan. So far, we're not sure how the raid will work, or what enemies it will consist of. We do know, however, that players that do not yet have a team of friends to join them can now use matchmaking to find existing teams to play alongside.

    Leviathan originally launched on September 13 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET. We're expecting to see more raids released over the next couple of years, but for now, this first Leviathan raid will certainly keep players busy for the next few weeks.

    Destiny 2 originally launched on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on September 6, 2017. The game has already broken some massive records, including a 1.2 million concurrent player count. These numbers are only expected to increase when Destiny 2 gets a launch on PC on October 24.

  • All Destiny 2 Exotic Weapons And Armor Leaked

    destiny 2 exotic weaponsWhile Destiny 2 still isn't out yet, we have some new information about the game thanks to a recent leak. The new leak reveals all of the exotic weapons and armor that'll come to Destiny 2 on launch day.

    The leak was carried out by Reddit users NFSgaming, supadhalster, and SleeperWho.

    The leak also contains plenty of information about the game content, the tower, the final campaign mission, the strikes, and some information about the story missions.

    The leak also shares detailed information about the new subclasses and the different abilities that they'll have in Destiny 2. The most exciting information, however, is without a doubt the exotics information.

    Unfortunately, the leaked images have since been removed, but we can confirm that Destiny 2 will have more new exotics that it originally had in the first Destiny. Players will also be able to get access to some of the exotic weapons and armor pieces originally released in Destiny 1.

    Interestingly, the Gjallarhorn rocket launcher will not be making a return to Destiny 2, despite it being one of the most popular exotics in the first Destiny. Other than the Gjallarhorn, it seems as if all other old exotics will be making a return.

    If you'd like to look into the new exotics and leaked Destiny 2 story information, it can be found online and in the Destinythegame subreddit on reddit.com. We won't post them here because we understand that the information is loaded with spoilers.

  • Destiny 2 Open Beta Extended

    destiny 2 open betaWe've got some great news for anybody enjoying the Destiny 2 Open Beta. The end time for the beta has been pushed further into the future, which means players have more time to play.

    Bungie still has more service testing to complete so that things are ready for release later this year. As a result, the Destiny 2 open beta has been extended until July 25. On July 25, the beta will end at around 6 PM.

    The open beta for Destiny 2 originally started on July 21. It included some content from the main campaign, as well as some PVP content from the Crucible.

    The campaign content included the first campaign mission, Homecoming. Crucible content includes the Countdown attack/defend mode on Endless Vale, which is a new Crucible map.

    On top of the solo-focused campaign and the PVP content, the open beta for Destiny 2 also includes a co-op focused Strike mission. The Strike available on the Destiny 2 beta is called The Inverted Spire and it has a focus on firefights against the Vex.

    In The Inverted Spire, players must invade a Vex stronghold. It must be played with at least two people. If you don't have anybody to play it with, you can use the new in-game matchmaking features to find a player to partner up with.

    Are you looking forward to Destiny 2? The game will release on September 6 for Xbox One and PS4, and October 24 for PC.

  • Huge Destiny 2 Beta Preload File Goes Live

    Destiny 2 Beta PreloadPreviously, a small preload file for the Destiny 2 beta was put up online. The preload file was only 400MB in size, however, which lead many people to speculate that a bigger patch was coming closer to the beta start date.

    This has proven to be true today as a brand new patch for the Destiny 2 beta preload client has gone live. The new update is 12.6GB in size, making the total file size for the Destiny 2 beta client 13GB.

    This information is based on the beta client on the PlayStation 4 - file size may vary slightly on other platforms.

    If you've already pre-purchased Destiny 2, you'll now be able to jump into the action. Get the download started because the Destiny 2 beta will continue until July 23rd.

    The beta originally started on the PlayStation 4 on July 18. The Xbox One beta started on July 19.

    The PC beta for Destiny 2 will not go live until August. Currently, the exact Destiny 2 PC beta date hasn't been locked in.

    For those interested in the beta, you'll be happy to know that the first story mission, Homecoming, will be available to all players on Xbox and PS4 until July 23. If you have PS Plus or Xbox Live Gold, you will also get access to a PVE-based Strike mode and the PVP Crucible game mode.

    Destiny 2 will officially launch on PS4 and Xbox One on September 6, 2017. The PC version of Destiny 2 will get a launch on the Battle.net client on October 24, 2017.

  • Destiny 2 Gear Won't Have Randomly Assigned Stats

    Destiny 2 gear statsOne of the biggest mechanics in Destiny isn't coming back to Destiny 2 and it has split the community in two.

    In the original Destiny, each weapon drop can have stats randomly assigned to it. With this approach, it means players were encouraged to grind missions over and over again for a chance to get a more powerful version of their favorite weapons.

    However, in Destiny 2, this randomly assigned stats mechanic will be removed.

    This random stat mechanic has been used in similar games for years - it's a system that's been used in Borderlands and Diablo, and it's been something that has fueled the addictive nature of these types of loot-focused games. With the random stats gone in Destiny 2, getting good gear is still rewarding, but once you've got the best weapons in the game, you'll know that there isn't a chance to get even better gear.

    This has the potential to reduce the replayability of Destiny 2, especially if there isn't enough content added to the game. Destiny originally had very little content, but it was the chase for better loot that got players happily replaying the same content over and over.

    There are two major reasons why Bungie has taken this new approach to loot. The first reason is so that those who don't have hours to grind each day still have a chance to get the best weapons. The second reason is for balancing - with every item type now having the same stats, it will be far easier to balance weapons, which is great for the Crucible.

  • Destiny 2 Rewards for Returning Destiny Players Revealed

    destiny 2 rewardsPlayers of the original Destiny won't be getting much when transitioning to Destiny 2, but there are a number of freebies up for grabs to those that did spend time in the first game of the franchise.

    Bungie published a new blog post to explain their plans for veteran Destiny players, starting by saying, "Even before our old friend Cayde revealed that your stuff (but, more importantly, his stuff) would soon fall prey to the Red Legion, we let you know that we were going to honor our veteran players who join us again in Destiny 2. Today, we're going to shine a little light on what you can expect if you count yourself among those ranks."

    Bungie was hesitant to go into too many details - it seems that they've carefully planned out rewards for returning players, but they do not want to spoil the fun. Bungie did, however, mention that there will be a number of ways players will be able to showcase their early support for the Destiny franchise.

    Firstly, Bungie announced a number of emblems that players will be able to use. Each emblem is unlocked for specific reasons. Including playing a Moment of Triumph during Destiny year 1, completing the Taken King in year 2, or achieving over 5,000 grimoire score over the course of Destiny.

    Bungie will also be offering a number of T-shirts for reaching different accomplishments before August 1, 2017.

    Destiny 2 launches on Xbox and PS4 on September 6, 2017, and launches on PC on October 24, 2017.

  • E3: Destiny 2 Beta and PC Release Dates Announced

    destiny 2 beta dateThanks to Bungie's appearance at E3, we now have a confirmation on the upcoming beta and the release date for the PC version of Destiny 2.

    It has been confirmed that both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 will have a beta for Destiny 2. The PlayStation 4 beta will start on July 18, while the Xbox One beta will start on July 19. A PC beta is also planned for sometime in August.

    Both platforms will have their beta end on July 23.

    July 18 is a Tuesday and July 23 is a Sunday, so PS4 players will have almost an entire week to test out Destiny 2 in the beta. It should be noted that the beta is exclusively for those that pre-order Destiny 2.

    In line with the good news about the beta, it's been confirmed that the Destiny 2 release date for consoles has been pushed forward to September 6. Previously the release date was September 8.

    The PC release date has also been confirmed - it is now set to launch on October 24.

    Earlier in the year, Destiny 2 was unveiled at a special event by Bungie - we already know quite a bit about the game. There's no doubt that fans of the Destiny franchise are getting quite excited right now.

    Are you going to be picking up Destiny 2? If so, what platform will be your first choice for the upcoming game from Bungie?

  • Destiny 2 To Get Clan Support

    destiny 2 clan supportDestiny 2 is finally getting in-game clan support.

    In the original Destiny, players were forced to build clans and organize team events outside of the game. It was far more difficult to get players together, but despite this, massive communities were built around Destiny anyway.

    In Destiny 2, players will no longer need to go through the same struggles. Destiny 2 will introduce in-game clan support to the franchise for the first time. Anybody will be able to set up a clan and invite friends. Once a clan is created, players will get given periodic rewards based upon the entire clan's performance throughout different activities in Destiny 2.

    Each clan will have their own Clan banner, which players will be able to wear with pride.

    Bungie also announced a new feature that will help players without clans. In Destiny, it was very difficult to play the high-level content without a team of friends to do it with, because of the lack of matchmaking for raids. In Destiny 2, clans will be able to search for additional players if they are a player or two short.

    This will give players in clans the opportunity to find additional players when there aren't enough clan members online, and it will also give players without a clan the chance to play with clans that they could then potentially join.

    Destiny 2 is going to launch on September 8, 2017 and will be coming to PC, Xbox One and the PlayStation 4.

  • Destiny 2 New Crucible Detailed

    destiny 2 crucibleDuring the Destiny 2 live stream, changes to the Crucible were announced live.

    It's been confirmed that the Destiny 2 Crucible PvP mode will have more of a focus on competitive gameplay. As a result, the mode has been adapted to better fit a competitive format. Going forward, all Crucible game modes in Destiny 2 will feature a 4 versus 4 team line up. In the first Destiny, PvP modes supported up to 6 versus 6.

    On top of that, all of the previous Crucible game modes from Destiny will be making their return to Destiny 2. A brand new game mode was also confirmed during the Destiny 2 live stream event.

    The new Destiny 2 Crucible game mode is called Countdown - it's essentially an attack and defend mode that will give teams the objective to either defend or attack. Objectives for each team will alternate each round.

    More changes are coming to the Crucible in Destiny 2 to make it more of a competitive arena. New information will be shared during the game to give each team more information. For example, players will know when an enemy is using their power or picking up important objectives on the map.

    Destiny 2 is set to release on September 8, 2017 and will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. It was confirmed during the live stream that the PC version would be available through Blizzard's Battle.net client, as opposed to Steam.

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