The much-anticipated sequel to Bungie’s shooter-MMO-hybrid game, Destiny has arrived and already it’s considered a marked improvement over the first installment. Destiny 2 brings with it a lot of changes to how the game looks and plays, most of them for the better (others not so much), but by far it’s most obvious change is in how the game approaches storytelling.
Destiny 1 had, for the most part, a really interesting tale to tell. Problem was, much of what made Destiny‘s story so interesting was only found in Grimoire cards that players could unlock in game but then ...
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