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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:25pm 25/08/17 | 3 Comments
Having played a stack of the game recently out at its place of birth, Seattle, Washington, Adam Mathew has fallen back off the wagon, it would seem. But he has enough written evidence of Destiny 2's growth as a brand and gameplay beacon to suggest we might all be falling back off the wagon ourselves, especially given the game is now also coming to PC.

Here's a snippet from his experience:
Vanilla Destiny spruiked this exact sort of gameplay at its first reveal, way back when, but what was delivered felt like a concept still in beta; the spire had not fully formed. Now that Destiny 2 is free of the shackles of the last-gen, it's living up to the promises of 2013, a glorious time when Destiny was surrounded by nothing but enthusiasm. From what I've played and seen so far, Bungie is well on the way to making that golden age come again.
Click here for his full Destiny 2 experience, complete with accompanying self-captured gameplay videos.

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Posted 10:30pm 27/8/17
rehab is for quitters
Posted 10:38pm 27/8/17
great so this means we have to download Origin again i guess
Posted 01:00am 28/8/17
trill... destiny 2 for pc is being hosted on battle.net....
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