Another View Of The Weird Mystery Of Destiny

Another View Of The Weird Mystery Of Destiny

The thing that intrigues me about Destiny is the mystery, and the world building. Bungie is good at that. They did a brilliant job of it with Halo and it’s no coincidence that the world grew less interesting the more we learned about it. So when I look at these screenshots of Destiny part of me want to know: what are those strange towers in the distance? But another part understands that not knowing is part of the fun.

But most of all the universe of Destiny looks like a place I want to visit and explore. The world just seems… alien and strange, but familiar. It bears all the hallmarks of great world building: detail, scale, weirdness. I feel like I already know how Destiny will feel to play with a controller in my hand, but I have no idea what I will see or learn while playing. I think that’s the allure of a game like this. I want to be in this world and move around in it. These screenshots reflect that

Another View Of The Weird Mystery Of Destiny
Another View Of The Weird Mystery Of Destiny
Another View Of The Weird Mystery Of Destiny
Another View Of The Weird Mystery Of Destiny

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  • droooooooooooollllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll. wow. I am frothing at a jeans for this…………….sweet geezuz………….

  • I agree with the fact that not knowing is part of the fun and world’s are more interesting with a level of mystery… however I feel that a you learn more about a world, the excitement of exploration should be replaced with a feeling of attachment and “homeliness”…

    I feel (probably due to the fact it is, in the end, a shooter) Halo failed at this. I felt no attachment to the world outside of the action despite Reading the lore through novels and miniseries etc.

    Hopefully a persistent world in destiny can solve this

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