There are a lot of things to obtain in Destiny 2 , however, one of the most iconic is the Sparrow speeder bike which pretty much every Guardian owned.
In a brief interview , Polygon spoke with Bungie’s senior environment artist Jason Sussman who explained the developers reasoning behind their early game omission.
The concept behind the Sparrows being available in the first few hours of Destiny 2 does make sense, however, it’s a bit frustrating they are left up to RNG (Random Numbers Generator).
Scattered throughout are enemy speeder bikes known as Pikes, these can be taken after the driver is killed and used as makeshift Sparrows.
Plus, they have pretty strong energy machine guns mounted on the front so you can easily cut through most basic enemies.
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