The Destiny 2 Main Quest Mission Count Has Been Revealed
Destiny fans are gearing up for this week’s release of Destiny 2, Bungie’s shared-world shooter. Just ahead of its debut, a digital copy of the new title’s strategy guide has been floating around the Internet that reveals some interesting things to expect when the game launches. Most of the images from the guide have been pulled from places like Reddit and Imgur due to copyright purposes. However, one of the most notable aspects that was found in the guide was the Destiny 2 main quest mission count, which is actually a lower amount than the first game.
Bungie’s big push for promoting the sequel included that the game would be bigger and better than its predecessor. Fans have been given the impression that there would be more solo play opportunities, including the Destiny 2 main quest. In the sequel, there are a total of seventeen main story line quests; the first game in the franchise consisted of twenty. Maybe the bigger and better is elsewhere in the game.
Fans can expect a larger area of explorable maps within the title. There’s also a chance that the side quests that will become available will allow for additional solo play as well as fire team missions. What hasn’t been clarified yet is the length and size of each of the Destiny 2 main quest missions. There may be fewer in terms of quantity, but perhaps missions will be lengthier.
While the sequel may not provide more main quest missions, Destiny fans and newcomers will have plenty to do with side quests, strikes, and other features that are sure to be included throughout its lifespan. This may very well be exactly what Bungie has been promoting for the sequel. One thing is for certain, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 fans will be able to find out on September 6. PC players, unfortunately, will have to wait until October 24.
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