Destiny 2 is one of the most anticipated games to launch this year and Bungie is aiming to attract a wider gaming audience compared to the first game. While the game is months away from launch but, Bungie has been talking about it a lot and revealing new details. Now, the studio has confirmed that Destiny 2 will be more accessible compared to the first game.
Speaking with Gamesradar, game director Luke Smith explained how Destiny 2 will be more accessible to gamers compared to the first game. He admitted that with the first game the studio failed to make the game more accessible or make it compatible with “real life” but, that will change with Destiny 2.
With Destiny 2, [we’ve] built a game that we want to call you and your friends back to it, but does it in a way that is compatible with your real life.
f I only have two hours to spend I know exactly what to do. In Destiny 1, if I said you only had two hours to spend you’d have to go to Reddit. In Destiny 2 you’re not going to go to Reddit, you’re going to press one button on the controller and the game’s going to tell you what to do.
Bungie not only admitted that Destiny was not much accessible but, the studio have also revealed that it also had no clue about The Darkness in the first game.
The Darkness is pretty vague and undefined but, there is a reason behind the Darkness being mysterious as Bungie itself also had no clue what The Darkness was in the first game.
Destiny 2 is a first-person action shooter in development at Bungie and is scheduled to launch this fall for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.