Destiny 2 developer Bungie doesn’t want you to leave the game to make your experience complete. Bungie community manager David Dague spoke in a recent interview, stating that their goal is for the player to have a Guardian lifestyle. He explained that immersion in the world of Destiny is a top priority for the development team.
After the end of the story mode, players almost always want more and Bungie’s job is not only to deliver more but make sure the content is of exceptional quality. Apart from raids, the main story, and Strikes, there is a host of other activities the player can engage in.
what we want to do is immerse people’s minds in the world of the game and not force them to leave to make their experience complete. I think you’re going to find, even independent of the raid, there’s a far greater variety of things to do to enjoy your Guardian lifestyle after the final cutscene has played out.
As far as we knew, there are Lost Sectors as well as Flashpoints in addition to other side activities. While player won’t be able to properly test and see which activi4es are available in the game, they will have a chance to test PvP and some other features through the PC beta later this month.
Destiny 2 is scheduled to launch on PS4 and Xbox One on 6th September. A PS4 Pro and Xbox One X version will also be releasing with the PS4 Pro confirmed to run at 2160p.
Planning to pick up Destiny 2? Make sure you have Blizzard account because the title is not releasing on Steam.