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Bungie Announces Destiny The Collection With a New Trailer
Bungie has announced a new edition of Destiny, entitled Destiny The Collection, which includes every bit of Destiny content from the base game all the way up to the upcoming DLC, Rise of Iron. These include The Dark Below, House of Wolves, The Taken King, and everything else.
Destiny had done this last year with The Taken King, where The Taken King Edition offered all of the game’s DLC together for one price. With all of this content added up, players will be able to keep playing the game for dozens and dozens of hours, not just in the story and its missions, but also in all of its end-game content, including the various raids, the Prison of Elders, the Crucible, and all of the Heroic variants of story missions and strikes.
If you’re one of those people that is going to have to upgrade to Xbox One before Rise of Iron comes out on September 20, Destiny The Collection is a perfect first buy for you too, especially considering that Rise of Iron won’t be coming to last-gen consoles and Destiny support will be stopping for them.
Coupling all of that with Destiny 2 coming out sometime next year, and it’s likely that Destiny will hopefully experience another surge in popularity much like the one that came out with The Taken King, especially with the new mechanics, story, and gear that will be coming along with the sequel.
A lot of Destiny’s problems have also been fixed across the various DLC releases, with a lot of post-game content and plenty of gear for you to collect in order to maximize your light level, not to mention the Iron Banner and Trials of Osiris, both of which give you the opportunity to put your gear and Light level to use.
The collection will release on September 20, at the same time as Rise of Iron.