Destiny 2: Forsaken is a huge change to a game that had an unpleasant start, however, it likewise had a rude surprise for newcomers: it did exclude the two developments from the first game, making you pay twice just to get up to speed with individuals who had been there since the start.
That won’t be an issue for long. As of October 16th, Bungie is including the two paid DLCs from the first year (Curse of Osiris and Warmind) with purchases of Forsaken.
The developer wants to “make it less complicated” for players to jump in, according to community lead Cozmo.
On the off chance that you’ve just purchased Destiny 2: Forsaken, you’re not totally stuck between a rock and a hard place. It’s promising a “Veterans of the Hunt” item bundle for everybody who plays Forsaken before October 16th.
You’ll get a one of a kind emblem and gear shader, a heap of consumables and exotic emote that won’t be generally accessible until some other time. It is anything but a discount or a fascinating weapon, yet you will get something on the off chance that you purchased everything when it was accessible.
As it may be, there’s all the more touching base on the 16th past a superior game package. Destiny 2’s Halloween-themed Festival of the Lost will keep running until November 6th with another Haunted Forest involvement, bounties, and covers.
Bungie is likewise diminishing the grind for its no-nonsense Iron Banner occasion (running for that week) by bringing down the prerequisites for bounties in the week-long mode. Among this and the Forsaken changes, it’s apparent the organization knows despite everything it has work to do if it will make its mutual world shooter more available while keeping things new.
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