Below are previews of the game until the final product is out. Feel free to add your own!
“We looked out at the galaxy and knew that it was our destiny to walk in the light of other stars…”
With E3 now behind us, bringing with it the first public alpha test of Destiny, we are now getting a clearer picture of what we can expect from Bungie’s first non-Halo title in 20 years. And how does it look? Damn fun. Space-faring, grenade-chucking, laser-blasting, rocket-dodging, hover-bike-riding, alien-massacring fun!
To me, the game seems phenomenal. A smörgasbord of action, sci-fi, guns, spaceships and exploration in a universe steeped in a complex story with a depth and scope you’d only expect from a company like Bungie. I only had the opportunity to play the Alpha for about 2 hours (spread about equally between the story and the 6 vs. 6 multiplayer), and even as a massive fan who has been looking forward to this game for years, I was impressed.
I know everyone has longed for this day to come after gaining that Destiny Alpha appetizer in June To many it wasn’t enough. While it was only a few days, Bungie gave us PlayStation owners our just desserts in the form of the Destiny Beta. A time for us all to play a little bit more before that big day on September 9 drops the full meal on us. So let’s jump into the Destiny Beta shall we!
Once you’re in, you are greeted by the Destiny screen and have to pick your class, whether that is a Titan, a Hunter, or a Warlock. Tough decision once you first start, but thereafter you have to pick your race and what your face looks like as well. This can be even more difficult depending what you seek in your character.