All games struggle with cheaters. And while single players who cheat can’t affect others, in larger-scale multiplayer titles, they can be a real problem. That’s why Destiny gamers have been crying for Bungie to crack down on the spate of cheating that has arisen in the space shooter.
Destiny has changed pretty dramatically from its original release in 2014, with The Taken King putting a greater emphasis on story and mission variety, in particular, but new reports suggest that the game’s full-fledged sequel will have very little in common with the first game at all.
The latest Destiny expansion, Rise of Iron, was released last month, but players still don’t have access to all the content included in the package. Bungie has announced that the more challenging Heroic Mode version of the DLC’s Raid will be available to Guardians everywhere on October
Bungie and Activision officially revealed Destiny 2, the full-fledged sequel to 2014’s shared-world shooter. The game will arrive this September — three years after the original — and for the first time, it’s coming to PC.
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