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Rating Summary

Based on 83 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

82

Top Critic Average

85%

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Sep 4, 2018
Xbox OneSep 4, 2018
PCSep 4, 2018

Developer: Bungie

Publisher: Activision

Genres: RPG, First-Person Shooter

The Reef has fallen to lawlessness, and now the most-wanted criminals in the galaxy - the Barons & Uldren Sov - have organized a jailbreak at the Prison of Elders. You and Cayde-6 have been sent in to bring law and order back to the embattled facility, but things do not go to plan. Facing insurmountable odds, Cayde-6 ends up paying the ultimate price. Beyond the Vanguard’s authority, you’ll venture into the Reef alone and take justice into your own hands. Explore new regions, awaken new powers, earn a wealth of new weapons, and uncover lost Awoken secrets. The hunt is on. - Hunt Down the 8 Barons and their Crew - Two New Destinations: The Tangled Shore and The Dreaming City - A Brand-New Raid - Introducing Gambit, a 4v4 Competitive PvE Mode - Wield New Powers with Nine Additional Supers - Collect New Exotic Weapons, Armor, and Gear - All-New Weapon Archetype, Legendary Bow - New Story Missions, Adventures, Destination Activities, and more

Where to Buy

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Trailers

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Destiny 2: Forsaken - E3 Story Reveal Trailer

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Destiny 2: Forsaken – Official Reveal

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After a precarious first year, I'm finally enjoying Destiny 2 again. It feels good to have it back.

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Destiny 2's Season of the Drifter gives you some compelling weapons and armor to chase while adding a renewed focus on storytelling. It's unfortunate, though, that the only unique armor is tied to Gambit Prime and that while acquiring Thorn you hit a wall near the end of the quest.

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Destiny 2 is redeemed at last, with a weighty expansion that brings back the best elements of the past and adds some welcome new ideas to the franchise.

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By channelling community feedback into an all-encompassing package, Forsaken finally makes Destiny 2 feel essential again

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