A Wave Of Destiny Details Released
Destiny is still a bit of an enigma when you think about it. Bungie has promised this brand new gaming experience that blends single-player and MMO experiences together, but that’s all talk about a substance that we have yet to see in action. While E3 should serve as a good platform for this first gameplay reveal, Bungie have shed some light on some of the inner workings of Destiny.
Via the game’s official website, Bungie have revealed some details about Destiny’s classes, plot and setting. The most intriguing details concern the game’s Guardians that players will take control of, and the differences between each class. Players will have a choice between a Titan, Warlock or a Hunter, and each class seems to have interesting differences.
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Speaking about the Warlock, Bungie explains:
“Warlocks have long studied the Traveler, mastering some of its arcane energies. Its true purpose still remains a great mystery, but discovering truth has always driven you into the unknown. Now, our enemies are the only thing that stands between you and the lost wonders of our Golden Age.”
Titans, as you’d expect, have a far greater focus on physical attributes:
“The first Titans built the Wall, and gave their lives to defend it. Now, you stand in the same high place, steadfast and sure, protecting all who shelter in your shadow. You hail from a long line of heroes, forged from strength and sacrifice. Our enemies may be deadly and merciless, but so are you.”
Lastly, Hunters will cater for more stealth loving players like myself, with many similarities to common rogue classes:
“Hunters once prowled the wilderness and wastelands, taking big risks for even bigger rewards. You’re no outlaw—at least, not anymore—but making your own luck has always meant bending the rules. Your unique brand of daring and ingenuity is needed now more than ever.”
The website update also revealed some more details on Abandoned Earth and the Moon settings, with blank teaser pages still present for Mars and Venus. You can check them out in the link below, as well as leave your thoughts on Destiny in the comments section.
I for one am extremely excited to finally see this in action come E3.