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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:00pm 04/09/17 | 0 Comments
Destiny makes is debut this week for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with players being able to dive in the second it hits 12AM on September 6. PC players will have to wait until October 24 - but as per the recent beta, the wait will be worth it. But, a new Destiny also means end game content in the form of Raids, Nightfall challenges, and Trials.

With the schedule for those as follows:
  • Nightfall - Ready, Day One
  • Raid: 3AM AEST, September 14
  • Trials: 3AM AEST, September 16

  • Spreading out the launch of the Raid is a good thing and means less people racing to be the first to beat it at launch. Also coming to Destiny 2 is something called Guided Games, which is designed to match solo players up with Clans to form Fireteams and take on the more difficult challenges. A Beta for the service will be available for Nightfall-only September 13, with Guided Games for Raids and Nightfall expected to launch in full on September 27.

    And as we wait all for the launch, why not check out the awesome live-action launch trailer one more time.

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