There are enemies out here you would not believe, but they’ve never seen anything like you. It doesn’t matter who you are, only what you will become.
Destiny is a game from the team behind of Halo and the company that brought you Call of Duty. In Destiny, you play as Guardian of the last city on Earth, and your able to choose a set of powers and capabilities that suits your player style. As you play, explore the ancient ruins of our solar system, from the red dunes of Mars to the lush jungles of Venus.
Defeat Earth’s enemies. Reclaim all that we have lost. Become legend.
Bungie’s says Destiny will be the next evolution of the first-person action genre that provides an unprecedented combination of storytelling, cooperative, competitive, and public gameplay, and personal activities that are all seamlessly woven into an expansive, persistent online world. You’ll be able to venture out alone or join up with friends. The choice is yours.
As a Guardian, you can embark on an epic action adventure with rich cinematic storytelling where you unravel the mysteries of our universe and reclaim what we lost at the fall of our Golden Age.
“We saw people invest dozens of hours into the beta alone, and that was one destination. These destinations are stitched together with our new tech so that there are so many different locations to visit. Expansive outdoor locations where you can just enjoy your personal vehicle; there are indoor dungeon-type spaces where you can really pick through the bones of our shattered civilization.”
The game will offer on-demand adventures. You can revisit the worlds you have discovered to aid the City in their exploration efforts, seek out valuable resources in order to upgrade your weapons and gear, and link up with other brave Guardians roaming the frontier in search of action and adventure.
“If you’re a speed-runner, and all you want to do is blaze through and complete one story mission after one story mission, you’re really just scratching the surface, because the Strikes add such an extra level of complexity.”
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