Destiny The Dark Below is the first DLC planned for Bungie's latest title, and there has been a bit of controversy surrounding the expansion pack. Whilst DLC has now been pretty much accepted as a common practice by video game developers, they are usually at only a portion of the price of the full game.
Destiny the Dark Below has been set at $20, which is around a third of the full game price. To make things even worse, the same DLC has been put up for £20 in the UK, which is more than $30.
So, what exactly do you get out of Destiny The Dark Below, and is it worth paying one third to one half of the original game price for it?
In Destiny The Dark Below, players will be given access to three new story missions, two new strikes, one of which will be limited to PlayStation 4 will Fall 2015, and a new raid called Crota's End.
Finally, Destiny The Dark Below will include three new Crucible maps called Pantheon, Skyshock and The Cauldron - the game should also get some new weapon and equipment times in the DLC.
Honestly, this doesn't seem like $20-$30 worth of content, so it will be interesting to see how many people opt to buy the upcoming Destiny expansion.
So far, Destiny has been incredibly successful, so it's odd that Bungie are pricing their DLC content at such a high price.