This Is Destiny's Exclusive PlayStation ContentThis Is Destiny's Exclusive PlayStation Content

This Is Destiny's Exclusive PlayStation Content


Missions, maps, gear, and more.

By Leah B. Jackson

The Destiny PlayStation-exclusive content that was hinted at during the Sony E3 Press Conference has been revealed on the PlayStation Blog.
Right at launch, both PS4 and PS3 players will get a unique co-op strike mission on Mars, a competitive map, a bunch of exclusive guns, gear, and three ships. Not bad.


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The strike mission, entitled The Dust Palace Strike, is a three-player co-op mission that can be played with friends or via matchmaking. You and your team will track a Cabal extraction team through an ancient skyscraper and face the Psion Flayers enemy.The Exodus Blue Competitive multiplayer map is a mid-sized ship that works well with Control and Skirmish game modes.As for gear, each class gets its own unique armor. Warlocks get Manifold Seeker armor, Titans get Vanir Armor, and Hunters earn Argus armor. The Monte Carlo assault rifle and Hawkmoon hand canon will also be available.Bungie is going big with Destiny, the first game from the studio since it parted ways with Microsoft and the Halo franchise. And Activision believes in the MMO first-person shooter, putting $500 million into the game’s development and promotion.
Destiny offers up different classes for players to choose from — Hunter, Titan, and Warlock — with a large focus on co-operative multiplayer. With so much riding on online, Bungie is holding a beta for Destiny next month, ahead of the game’s scheduled release on September 9.Leah B. Jackson is both an Associate Editor at IGN and Corgi megafan, and not necessarily in that order. Follow her on Twitter and MyIGN!

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