DESTINY MAJOR EXPANSION


FINALLY DESTINY HOUSE OF WOLVES A NEW MAJOR EXPANSION SO LETS GET INTO IT 

As I previously discussedHouse of Wolves has been a mixed bag so far. Let’s start with the good. Bungie has listened to fans when it comes to smaller quality of life changes. There have been incremental improvements overall like the ability to toggle the volume of the sound and music (thank goodness), fixes like the patch for the heavy ammo bug, and communication has been better since the debacle that came up before the launch of the last DLC.

The loot system in House of Wolves is arguably the best part. It allows players, by way of items called Etheric Light, to upgrade their guns and armor all the way up to the new maximum statline. This includes all of your favorite vanilla Destiny guns like the Fatebringer, and any kind of Legendary armor, including that raid set you kept from Vault of Glass. It’s no glamour system (Etheric Light is hard to get, thus implementing a grind of a sort), but it’s far better than the previous loot mechanics, which forced you to re-level Exotics after having a chance to upgrade them once a week.


Right now, I’m sitting on three max level 34s three days after launch, which, depending on your point of view, is either a good or bad thing — and would be nigh impossible to do with vanilla Destiny or The Dark Below in week one. The problem with this new expansion isn’t mechanics, it’s content, and this “House” is practically vacant.

So at end I have nothing much to tell about until you play by yourself

ZAID SAIFI CEO OF THEGAMEFREAKSHOW.COM

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