I know I said this about Aeon in Destiny 2, but in the wake of the announcement of a new expansion, I’m curious about what you think.
We’ll start with the good news: Aeon is one of the best-looking games to come out of Bungie Studios’ history, and its multiplayer is one we’ve really come to expect from the company.
The bad news?
I’m still not sure how much of an impact it will have on Destiny 2.
While its mechanics and world design are great, I think Destiny 2 will probably look very different to the one it’s in right now, thanks to the new story and mechanics.
For starters, Aeon isn’t a story-driven shooter.
You don’t get to see the story from the perspective of the characters.
Instead, you’re playing through the campaign mode as an individual character, and the story comes through as an online game.
You can play in either a solo or cooperative mode, and there are various ways to progress through the story.
In Destiny 2’s campaign, the main focus is on finding new missions for the party and getting them to the next level.
That means there’s no story in this one; you’re free to make your own and explore.
The first mission that I played was called The Crucible, and it started out with me running across a small island full of enemies, including an ancient Guardian.
The Guardian had a couple of weapons that could be fired from afar, but they were pretty limited compared to what you’d find in a typical Destiny campaign mission.
I’m glad to see Bungie are expanding their story with the introduction of a single-player campaign, but it’s disappointing that this will be the only way to get the story in Destiny.
There’s a reason that the Destiny community has been so vocal about their desire to see more content in the game.
Destiny 2 isn’t exactly a big story-set, but the world is a lot bigger than that, and if it doesn’t have some kind of story to tell then I don’t know what the point is.
This isn’t just a case of not having enough content to tell the story, either.
If Bungie really wants to create a compelling story, they’re going to need to do a better job of giving the player something to work towards.
As for multiplayer, there’s not much to talk about.
I was initially really disappointed by the lack of variety in the campaign, which feels like a direct consequence of the fact that Destiny 2 is going to be multiplayer-only.
This is particularly disappointing considering that Destiny is built around cooperative gameplay, and you’re going up against other players in co-op battles.
Destiny is a huge sandbox game, and even when you play it with friends, it’s still a huge community that needs to be managed and shared.
Bungie is still in the process of developing its online multiplayer and I expect the game will be something they’ll announce at some point in the future.
That said, Destiny 2 feels like it will be a lot more varied than what we’ve seen in previous Bungie games, and that means that I think the campaign and multiplayer will feel like the best of the lot.
I don’s not saying that the campaign won’t be worth the price of admission, but for now I’m content with the new modes and the fact the game feels more like it was designed with multiplayer in mind.
I’d say that for a lot of players, the new campaign will be an upgrade from what we saw in Destiny 1.
That’s especially true for those who played the first Destiny, because it gives us a new look at what Destiny 2 could look like.
This new look could mean a lot for the multiplayer mode as well.
I also really like the idea of the game being played online, but I’m not so sure that’s going to work.
That was probably the biggest complaint I had about the first game, when it came to the game’s multiplayer, but now that I’m in the middle of a campaign, I’d like to see what Destiny will bring to that arena.
As a multiplayer shooter, the campaign feels like an improvement over Destiny 1, which felt a lot like it had been written for multiplayer only.
There was a lot that the original Destiny could have done better with, but this new campaign could really help differentiate the shooter from the multiplayer.
Destiny’s story and characters are fantastic, and I love the story the developers are telling.
But it still doesn’t feel like a good enough excuse for me to play the game solo, which is why I think we’ll probably be seeing less of it than we’ve been in the past.
What’s the best way to watch Destiny 2 right now?
I’d recommend heading over to Twitch to check out the multiplayer, and playing it with your friends if you’re having problems with the game itself.
The multiplayer is a ton of fun, and we can see Bungie is going all out with it.
They’re adding new