Released on September 6th for consoles (PC coming October 24th), Destiny 2 continues the epic story of the Traveler and Guardians and how they work together to keep humanity alive. But now, the Tower – the main social space for Guardians – has been destroyed by Dominus Ghaul, a Cabal outcast who wants the Traveler’s light for himself. He feels he’s the one that’s worthy, not humanity.

Destiny 2 brings new ways to level up your character, from Adventures to Quests to Heroic Public Events to Prestige versions (extremely high-level endgame content) of the Raid and Nightfall. Three new subclasses appear as ...

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