Destiny 2: Shadow keep
Bungie’s latest DLC shoots for the Moon
The first expansion since developer Bungie split with Destiny’s original publisher Activision, there’s a lot of pressure on this expansion. Thankfully, it looks like the former Halo developer is more than up to the task. For longtime Guardians, the decision to return the action to the Moon is a welcome one. The original game took great delight in making you take giant leaps for mankind as you shot Hive nasties, and the returning space rock also brings with it new PvE and PvP maps, alongside fresh armour and outlandish Exotic weapons.
Shadowkeep serves as somewhat of a rebirth for Destiny2. To coincide with its release, the base game is going free-toplay. While that’s a big enough deal on its own, the Light-infused cherry on top comes with the news that the shooter will also support cross-play progression, meaning you can do some easy patrol missions on PC then switch back to blasting Cabal on Xbox One.
the official xbox magazine below LEFT Bungie has split from Activision, and plans to make big, positive changes to Destiny 2 this year.