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Check Out The Difference Between Destiny 2 Tower And Destiny Tower In This New Video

By   /   Jul 20, 2017

Destiny 2 beta is currently underway and gamers are enjoying it. Bungie has obviously made many changes to the upcoming Destiny sequel compared to the first one. The sequel starts at the tower and given that it is under attack, it will look different and you can see the difference between Destiny 2 tower and Destiny’s tower in the video above.

The video showcases comparison between the Destiny 2 tower with Destiny’s and showcases the visual differences between the two. Destiny also launched for legacy consoles which held back the game to showcase its true graphical prowess but, Destiny 2 is developed specifically for current gen console and PC and the results are obvious in the visual department. Also, there are minor differences here and there.

In related news, Bungie has warned players to be careful while linking their Bungie account to Blizzard account.

Bungie has warned players while linking their Bungie accounts with Blizzard accounts, as when the player will link their Xbox Gamertag or PSN ID with the new account the old one will be orphaned and players will not be able to access it.

One of the main issues with the first game was the lack of a proper narrative or answers relating to the Travelers existence. However, Bungie is aiming to change all that in Destiny 2. According to Bungie, they hope players will complain about how many stories they have baked into the game.

We’re learning from and listening to all the feedback we got on Destiny 1, and we’re applying it. I hope people complain about how much story we have. That’d be the Reddit thread I’d like to read. ‘Too much damn story [makes angry typing gesture].

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.

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