Destiny 2’s ritual activities are being unified with long awaited changes and those changes come into effect next month.
Bungie will announce the next Destiny 2 expansion on 24th August but we have a few more requests.
There is new armour to chase, a new shotgun and things will go much faster for players with more than one character.
After a season loaded with excellent plot developments, Destiny 2’s Season of the Splicer takes a disappointing turn.
Players on console, Stadia and PC will have two days of mayhem together in the Destiny 2 Strike playlist.
Everybody liked that.
On Saturday the Vault of Glass returns but in Destiny 2 this time.
Armor Synthesis has arrived in Destiny 2 but the implementation has left a lot to be desired.
Bungie is working to fix this bug but players can enjoy Crossplay while that fix is developed.
Destiny 2’s Season of the Splicer plunges the last remnants of humanity into darkness for four months. Would we survive?
Bungie’s transmogrification system for Destiny 2 is needlessly complicated and limiting.
The event looks to be a vast improvement on the bounty farming that was the Guardian Games 2020.
In a length blog post, assistant game director for Destiny 2, Joe Blackburn announced a few changes that are going over well with the community.
The latest Exotic quest in Destiny 2 has its own location but you’ll have to do some work before you get there.
Hoping for a return to the original Cosmodrome in Destiny 2? Not so fast.
Despite Season of the Chosen not being a marquee release, there are sizeable changes coming Destiny 2 when it drops.
Lady Dimitrescu has nothing on the raw power and influence of Empress Caiatl.
Do you hear that? It’s the sound of an already good Hand Cannon getting even better.