Des­tiny 2: Shadow keep

Bungie’s lat­est DLC shoots for the Moon

XBox: The Official Magazine - - SHOOTER SPECIAL -

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.

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