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Destiny's child: 'Destiny 2 Beta' review

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An eclectic combination of the mythical and science fiction, Destiny is set in the far future, where mankind is near extinction — driven back to their home planet Earth and protected by a mysterious sphere only known as ‘The Traveller’.

Destiny 2 opens with the last city on Earth falling to a force known as the Red Legion, a faction of the militaristic aliens called the Cabal, led by Dominus Ghaul.

Destiny melds concepts of the Knights of the Round Table, with its own versions of mythical creatures like elves, goblins, orcs, faeries and more.

There are three aspects to Destiny: one is the large, epic storyline that’s in the form of Player vs Enemy (PvE), single-player missions where you hop around the solar system, killing all sorts of evil.

That does mean that if you’re a long-time Destiny player on console you will be losing out on a lot of progress, including the fact that you can’t import your beloved character.

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