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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:45am 06/09/17 | 1 Comments
At a recent review event our own Adam 'Griz' Mathew was one of the lucky few who got the chance to go hands-on with Destiny 2. And in case you've been living under an alien rock formation for the past few months, it's out now. Bringing back footage of the game in action, we're blown away by how great it looks HUD-less.

Which can be said about a lot of games, because more often than not playing without a HUD brings the art and animation to the fore, without the distraction of mini-maps, compasses, quest markers, health bars, and so on. Which, you sorta need, which is why it's great the we get to see Destiny 2 like this.

Here's a distraction-free look at Destiny 2's Nessus, a new Vex-infested planet found beyond the Reef. After the minute or so of loading and getting rid of the HUD that is.



Oh, and be sure check out our Destiny 2 Review (In Progress).



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trillion
Posted 03:18pm 06/9/17
yes it is here! in 7 weeks...

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