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- 1 Epic Collection
- Level 40 Character Boost
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Destiny - The Collection contains every release from the award-winning first-person shooter franchise to date. It's a great way for Guardians to embark on journeys they may have missed, as well as a perfect starting point for new players who want to join the Destiny community. It includes: Destiny, Expansion I: The Dark Below, Expansion II: House of Wolves, The Taken King, and the newest adventure, Rise of Iron. It also includes a character boost to send you immediately into the battle.
Destiny brings you into a bold world of action and adventure where you are a Guardian of the last safe city on Earth wielding incredible powers. Explore the ancient ruins of our solar system as you immerse yourself in a cinematic single-player campaign. Join up with friends in three or six player co-op activities. Spar with your fellow players in a variety of competitive multiplayer modes. Upgrade your character to create a powerful hero as unique as yourself. Become Legend.
- Expansion I: The Dark Below
- Expansion II: House of Wolves
- The Taken King
- Rise of Iron
- Level 40 Character Boost
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For those new to Destiny, The Dark Below and House of Wolves are DLC from year one. They were relatively small in size compared to its later expansions. In year 2 Destiny really began to shine with the release of its first expansion, The Taken King. Bungie cracked down hard on balancing for player vs play (pvp) and player vs AI (pve). They created a level playing field on which players could hone their skills with their preferred setup. The Taken king introduced free mini-DLC and in game purchases. The purchases are mainly cosmetic and will never give someone with more money an advantage over others. They are meant to allow Bungie to create free content to push to players. This allowed for events, like sparrow league racing, and free DLC, like the April update. Rise of Iron is potentially the last major expansion before Destiny 2 in late 2017. It is comparable in size to the Taken king but will likely be slightly smaller. As a new player you may feel a little lost when playing Rise of iron. The content is heavily geared towards long time players and may lose some of its charm. It is good place to start, but new players should be aware of this disconnect.
Destiny in its current form is an exciting game that will keep you busy for days. “Destiny the Collection” is a well-priced entry point for those who are new to Destiny. Now is the best time join Destiny before its continuation with Destiny 2 in late 2017.
Destiny The Collection - Xbox One Standard Edition
Destiny The Collection - PlayStation 4 Standard Edition
I don't know if the creators ever read these reviews, but here is some feedback for them:
1. The timeline is too long to be believable based on what I see in the environment. If things happened thousands of years in the past, there's no way the ruins would be so well-preserved.
2. Releasing all three chapters in one collection jumbles the timeline. I imagine when you released each one separately, different opponents started to appear in the world. But now, with all four factions around, it feels jumbled. Overheard quips and quotes don't make sense (eg. in the Reef, Petra told my avatar that the Queen was gone. I still don't know what that means. She was there the last time I stopped by... so I figure it is part of the storyline I haven't gotten to yet). I would have preferred to play the game as if each chapter unfolded at the right time. I'm mostly soloing, so it would have been ok to make this linear time line a single player mode.
3. I like the light orbs cooperative mechanic. It is interesting to create a valuable resource I can't collect, let alone see. And when someone else makes some, I have the urge to create some too, to pay them back.
Entertaining sci-fi shooter game, I can't wait to get sequel game to collect it for my Xbox collection.