Destiny 2 Guided Games Will Not Be Available For Heroic Raids And Strikes
Destiny 2 is one of the most anticipated games to launch this year and gamers are eager to get their hands on it. Bungie intends to improve upon everything that fans liked in the first and also introduce new features. One of the new features for the upcoming game is the Guided Games system, which is a form of a matchmaking for Raids and strikes.
While Guided Games System for Destiny 2 is a welcome feature, however, Bungie has revealed that it will be restricted to a certain level. Speaking with Kotaku, game director Luke Smith confirmed that the Guided Games System will be limited to normal difficulty activities. This means that the Heroic level Raids and Nightfall Strikes will require players to have their own groups.
I don’t know exactly how the Challenge Mode layers are going to work [with Guided Games], but the normal-tier activities will be Guided Games, and the Heroics will be find-your-own.
Furthermore, the voice behind Destiny 2 villain, Ghaul, has been revealed. Neil Kaplan is the one who will be voicing the Ghaul in the upcoming Destiny sequel. Neil Kaplan announced his involvement with Destiny 2 through his Twitter account.
Neil is known for voicing characters in games like Conan Exiles, Bioshock: Infinite, and World of Warcraft: Legion. Neil Kaplan has a 30-year experience in voicing characters in games and many animated series.
Destiny 2 is a first-person action shooter in development at Bungie and is scheduled to launch on September 8, 2017, for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and the PC version of the game will launch at a later date.