Alexa Now Lets You Command and Talk to Your Destiny 2 Ghost

What could Destiny 2 be probably missing? Is it balancing? Is it new content? Apparently, it’s the ability to talk to your Ghost, and Amazon took care of that. Now, with the use of Amazon Alexa, you can talk to your designated Destiny 2 Ghost and command it to do things for you in the game, like changing loadouts or showing your clan’s summary.

Destiny 2 Ghost is a free skill for Alexa that includes original voice-over, giving you an exciting new way to play and interact with the Destiny 2 game on PS4, Xbox One or PC.

The Destiny 2 Ghost skill page shares its abilities. These include:

EXPLORE THE DESTINY 2 UNIVERSE: Ask and receive unique dialogue lines that will expand your knowledge of the Destiny 2’s worlds and characters you’ll encounter on your journey. Try saying: “Alexa, ask Ghost who are the Red Legion.”

FIND OUT WHAT TO DO NEXT: Based on your progress in the game, you’ll receive unique recommendations for things to do inside the massive world of Destiny 2 in real time. Try saying: “Alexa, ask Ghost what I should do next.”
MANAGE YOUR ARSENAL: Equip your most powerful weapons or entire loadouts with a simple voice command. Try saying: “Alexa, ask Ghost to equip my most powerful weapon.”

CONNECT WITH FRIENDS: Send messages to friends, find out who’s online and ready to play, and stay on top of Clan progress without having to turn on your PS4, Xbox One or PC. Try saying: “Alexa, ask Ghost to call for backup”

AND MUCH MORE: Over 1,000 custom lines to discover.

Along with the Destiny 2 Ghost skill, Amazon is selling a Limited Edition Destiny 2 Ghost replica that you can use with the Alexa. It includes integrated Wi-Fi connected device that pairs with your Alexa enabled device and even has built-in LED activates on Ghost’s responses. Its tag is $89.99, which is a bit pricey for such a complimentary service. However, if you already own an Alexa device, downloading the Destiny 2 Ghost skill will step up your game.

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