Destiny 2: Forsaken will begin together with prerequisite expansions without spending a dime

Upgrading from plain previous Destiny 2 to its newest growth, Forsaken, is an costly proposition, requiring gamers purchase the FPS-RPG’s first two expansions as effectively. Thankfully that can change subsequent week, as Bungie have introduced Forsaken will begin together with these two prerequisite expansions. To improve, you’ll solely (“only”!) must pay the £35 for Forsaken, not an additional £17 for Curse Of Osiris and Warmind too. What about individuals who already purchased in? Bungie plan to throw some new beauty doodads and bits at them, to say thanks/sorry.

“Launching a game reveals what we did right and where we could have done better. With the first month of Forsaken behind us, we’re taking stock of what we’ve learned,” Bungie mentioned in yesterday’s announcement. “Some of those learnings will manifest in game updates that we’re deploying in the very near future, but not every improvement can be made with code changes. We also want to make it less complicated for other Guardians to begin their journey in Forsaken.”

Which implies that yeah, they realise that requiring gamers to additionally purchase two unremarkable expansions that they had ignored thus far was fairly foolish. So from Tuesday, October 16th, Curse Of Osiris and Warmind shall be included free with Forsaken.

As for these already in, of us who play Forsaken earlier than October 16 will obtain a ‘Veterans Of The Hunt Bundle’. This pack of in-game doodads features a black tiger stripe shader and nameplate emblem which are each distinctive to this giveaway, ‘Knife Trick’ and ‘Coin Flip’ unique emotes that gained’t be unique, and a few Medallions, Boons, and Matterweaves consumables. Bungie plan to present these bundles out in early December. I’d fairly have £17.

“Hrmph,” resident Destineer Matt mentioned after I instructed him about this impending change. He purchased Warmind the opposite month largely to get to Forsaken, the poor git.

With the daft necessities eliminated, Forsaken turns into much more engaging – and it’s a good’un. When Rich McCormick revisited Destiny 2 for Update Night, he referred to as Forsaken “the best update possible for Bungie’s MMO-lite shooter.”


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