Priced at around $ 60, Destiny 2 is a game worth a try now? Destiny 2 that’s one of the few most anticipated blockbuster FPS games ever officially is released. After the very successful first release, it was not surprising that Destiny 2 quickly re-created the same results when dumping most of the records of both sales and players.
The game takes place 1 year after the events that occurred in the Rise of Iron expansion of the first part. At the beginning of Destiny 2, the last stronghold of the human race – The Last City, was suddenly attacked and destroyed by the Red Legion army led by the tyrant Dominus Ghaul.
After the Guardians lose their power due to the mysterious reality of Traveler’s Light, they are forced to flee The Last City. In order to confront Ghaul, the Guardians are forced to gather the scattered survivors on Earth, team up together, and fight to regain freedom.
There’s a sci-fi context, however, the Destiny 2 storyline is somewhat reminiscent of fantasy-based RPGs.
Still mysterious realities with utopian power, suddenly “descending” to protect humanity. Still the antagonistic forces, always scare to destroy the source of the power that is protecting the Earth.
And of course, it is still the role of the role-playing player to become supernatural warriors, but for some reason, “to be disqualified”, to gather the power of the masses everywhere. The place to fight the evil evil man in the final battle.
Destiny’s background & storyline is not new when it has appeared in so many other titles. However, the actual minus point of Destiny 2 comes from a way of arranging scenarios that lack depth, as well as a repetitive campaign play.
If you have never played the first version, the player will definitely find it difficult to follow the storyline of Destiny 2. The game almost does not introduce (or repeat) the main events or characters that have been exported.