Destiny 2 is offering a $60 ‘Legendary Collection’ all-in-one bundle for Forsaken’s launch

    
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We already knew that Destiny 2’s Forsaken expansion is dropping on September 4th, but yesterday, Bungie announced that it’s putting out a “Legendary Collection” edition on the same date, worldwide, to basically offer the whole game and all its frills in one package. Check out all these colons:

“The Destiny 2: Forsaken – Legendary Collection includes Destiny 2, Destiny 2: Expansion I: Curse of Osiris, Destiny 2: Expansion II: Warmind, and Destiny 2: Forsaken, the largest and most transformative expansion to the Destiny 2 experience yet. At launch, the Legendary Collection will also include a character boost that allows players the option to jump right to the latest adventure, Forsaken. For those wanting to experience Destiny 2 and its current expansions immediately, a pre-purchase of the digital Legendary Collection includes the ability to play the game right away.”

That ought to be a nice catch-up, if you feel like shelling out the $60 for it. The new trailer down below might be enticement too.

Source: Press release

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John Kiser

They can go shove it still. This DLC shouldn’t of been charged for for those that bought the original bundle. They put out two shit DLCs and then the one that offers some potential substance is actually charged for which has pissed off a ton of people. Not to mention the game is lackluster, it’s fun for a tiny bit, but you can roll through the storyline and most content and get gear for said content way too fast for it to have sustainability outside of PVP which even that is so so.

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IronSalamander8 .

This is another popcorn situation. So many streamers are leaving this game and the community is so generally cheesed off (and from what I’ve seen, with very good reason), it’s became a farce of itself.

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Danny Smith

Because they have to. The activision contract means they have to put out something on a disc to be sold at retail once per year. Usually you would think it would be a ‘wait for a better deal’ type thing but with a games as a service title, and including trash like Curse of Osiris its still middle of the road.
Sure you are paying a little less but you are still paying for a game thats have nothing but bad press for a solid year now.

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McGuffn

No emotes exclusive to the legendary edition? I’d throw money at the screen for those.

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sophiskiai

At this point I’m planning to wait till they release Destiny 3 so I can buy the Destiny 2 “complete bundle” and play through all the solo story content then.

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Bannex

Lol wait 10 min it will be 29.99

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Siphaed

And Warframe is offering a F2P….oh never mind, I’ll see myself out.

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Greaterdivinity

I desperately wish they’d figure out a better way to onboard folks who haven’t played in years to all the major changes/new systems etc. I need to give it yet another go, but about once a year or so I try to get back in and get bludgeoned in the face by obtuse systems that aren’t explained well and are extremely different from what I remember.

It’s partially “my fault” because I don’t have the desire to read through huge, wordy Wiki’s/guides elsewhere to figure it out, but it’d be awesome to get some easy resources in-game to remember how the hell to play and what I should be doing. Would be nice if I could just like…start from scratch again even if I had to rebuy the one extra frame I own (there’s no way to do this last I recall?).

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sophiskiai

A lot of the quests are replayable but none of the “tutorial” quests (Vor’s Prize, Howl of the Kubrow, The Archwing) are. The only way to start from scratch is to start a new account.

Poke around the Training section of the Codex terminal on your ship gives a few pointers on things, and I’m told there are some pretty good video guides out there on YouTube, but it is annoying that people basically have to rely on fan created content outside the game to properly understand how many of the systems work.

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Greaterdivinity

Man, I don’t even think I knew there was a training section in the codex. I’ll have to boot it up after doing the new SWL content to see if it’s enough to get me back in the swing of things, thanks for the tip!

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Namtubb

I see what you mean, especially during MJ’s streams where the chat’s telling her she can modify her weapons/warframes but she usually says something along the lines of “I’ll do that another time.” I feel the same way whenever it comes to inventory management in mmorpgs, I just wanna play but nope I first need to spend 30+ minutes making sure I have enough space.
As much as I love Warframe I know it’s not for everyone and it has its issues. If you give it another retry I hope you find what clicks for you!

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moleverine

Yeah, Warframe fills this niche for me really well. It’s a good example of a game that isn’t afraid to let players feel/be powerful. Destiny 2 always felt like I wasn’t that powerful regardless of my gear score. I like a game that isn’t afraid to let me nuke an entire room full of enemies or make myself nearly invincible if I’m willing to build correctly.

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Reht

Yeah, i just started playing Warframe with some friends on a whim, was very pleasantly surprised how good the game and gamplay was. Enjoying it more than i did Destiny 2.

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Greaterdivinity

Meh, I already uninstalled. They lost me long ago, and even if the improvements are great (and as far as Reddit is concerned they are! It’s back to its happy self and largely free of the constant salt and criticism from the first 9-10 months of the game) I just don’t have any motivation to jump back in. It sucks, because I was really looking forward to Destiny in a big way now that it was coming to PC. And for a brief period of time, it was great. But I just lost my interest after the game ended up being broken/deeply flawed for so long, and I don’t see any reason for me to keep it on my computer if I’m not picking up the expansion.

At least for new folks they’ll get the current version of Destiny 2 at a deal, and existing players finally get the game that they were promised…1 year and roughly $140 later if you bought in as the game/DLC/expansion came out.

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moleverine

At this point, as far as I’m aware, they’re still trying to claw their way back to the level of functionality the old game had. It’s nice that new people will have an all-in-one package to buy, but they lost me forever after their repeated deceptive practices around their cash shop.