Destiny has overcome quite a few obstacles since it launched back in 2014 on the PS4, Xbox One, PS3, and Xbox 360. While the game was praised for some seriously solid shooting gameplay, it was lacking in some major areas, most importantly story and end-game content. With such shortcomings, many expected the game to die out as quickly as it rose to popularity, but Bungie had other plans for their shared world shooter.
Fast forward to the present day in 2017, and we’re currently awaiting the second installment of what is clearly a powerhouse franchise. The developers incorporated fan feedback into some worthwhile paid expansions, as well as some intriguing free updates that introduced new enemies, locations, missions, and powerful gear that helped keep the Destiny alive and well. But eventually, it will have to end if everyone is expected to move on to the next phase.
Ending a living game that is now in its third year won’t be easy, but we have a few ideas for how Bungie can close things out and send us Guardians marching (or flying, which is probably more accurate) towards our next battle with the darkness.