Destiny 2
Stuff UK|January 2018

All hail the interstellar sequel that will eat up your social life quicker than any black hole

Tom Morgan

The original Destiny didn’t just promise the world. It pledged an entire solar system to blast your way across – and mostly delivered. The planet-hopping, loot-grabbing gunplay was fantastic, even if the endgame was a massive grind-fest that four major DLC drops failed to fix.

This sequel aims to do more than please the converted. It’s here to win back lapsed Guardians while proving that developer Bungie can still do story just as well as shooting.

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