There have always been at least two Destinys. There's the Destiny that most people play, where you fly around the galaxy with your friends, blowing up aliens and carefully managing your vault space. Then there's competitive Destiny, where players go headshot-to-headshot to see who's deadliest.
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It's Halloween in Destiny, a game about travelling the solar system destroying evil aliens and green engrams. Halloween brings with it goofy masks, novelty items and, if we're lucky, dance routines.
A brief history for those who are new to Kotaku and our on-again, off-again obsession with this game. Destiny is a first-person action game in which players fly around the solar system fighting with aliens, evil cyborgs, and occasionally each other. Collectively, our staff has played over 2,000 hours. I account for more than half those hours on my own.
Since Destiny launched in 2014, we've wondered what the game might look like if it didn't have to run on PS3/Xbox 360 as well as PS4 and Xbox One. The new Wrath of the Machine raid, which is part of the current-gen only Rise of Iron expansion, gives a pretty good idea.
Video: On this week's Kotaku Splitscreen, Jason and I talked about one of our favourite subjects: Late '60s free jazz. No, wait, I mean Destiny! It was definitely Destiny.
Destiny's next big expansion, Rise of Iron, will launch on September 20 for Xbox One and PS4, according to the game's official website. The expansion is set to be unveiled tomorrow, so stay tuned for more details!