The last few weeks have been jam packed with information from Bungie on the upcoming Season of Opulence. Getting ready for a new content drop has always been a thrilling time for players of Destiny, though it is often difficult to keep track of all the information being dropped in such a short span. Below is a preview of things to come starting on Tuesday.
In their latest blog post, Bungie has announced several changes to exotic armor and weapons. These changes will be coming with the new Season of Opulence, starting on the fourth of June.
This article serves a complete guide on how to obtain the Exotic Pulse Rifle Outbreak Perfected, a successor to Destiny: Rise of Iron’s Outbreak Prime. We’ve included details on how to start the quest, the steps that follow, as well as explanations and strategies for the encounters in the associated mission.
Bungie announced some massive changes for the Luna’s Howl and the Not Forgotten in their April 24th weekly blog.
Bungie helped share some exciting news recently as they partnered with Belong Arenas in the United Kingdom to announce the first sponsored Gambit Prime tournament. This coincided with Gambit Prime now also being available for private matches for players to practice on or also set up their own tournaments. This guide will provide a few tips and tricks for those looking to improve at the game mode for either casual or more competitive play.
Spring has sprung, and Eva Levante has returned to the Tower! This time, Eva has brought along a plethora of gorgeous decorations, plants, and flowers, as well as a new activity, The Verdant Forest, which is a revamped version of The Haunted Forest from the Festival of the Lost last year. There are new triumphs and armor sets to unlock, as well as the exotic linear fusion rifle Arbalest, which I’ll go over later. Over all, this post will serve as a summary of the Revelry event.
Shin Malphur, the famous “Man with the Golden Gun,” killer of Dredgen Yor in the battle at Dwindler’s Ridge, has long been regarded as a hero; a champion of the Light who cannot abide even an ounce of Darkness among other Guardians. But the legend he has built for himself is no more than a façade, carefully crafted to maintain a specific appearance, below which hides a network of deception, deeper than any among the Light or Dark could have anticipated…
After more than two years, Thorn, the legendary Weapon of Sorrow and former bane of the Crucible, has returned with some significant changes. Is it still worthy of its past infamy?