Tips for Beginners Destiny 2 is a great game. It has some of the best gameplay of any shooter out there it does come from the creators of Halo and includes hundreds of things to do and chase. Problem is, Bungie may have created a great game with enormous potential, yet they struggle to introduce new players to said game. But fear not.
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Aspects are a new system introduced in Destiny 2: Beyond Light. Only available to Stasis Subclasses, Aspects form the backbone of each Stasis Subclass by granting them powerful passive and active abilities. These items are also responsible for the number of Fragments a player can equip at once. Needless to say, Aspects are crucial to getting the most out of Stasis. Obtaining both Aspects for each character is rather simple, but the overabundance of post-campaign quests in Beyond Light has confused many Guardians. For those that want to focus on obtaining their Stasis Aspects as soon as possible, here is a complete guide on how Aspects work and how to obtain all of them in Destiny 2: Beyond Light. As with the previous two, this is tied behind a quest, albeit this one is much shorter.
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The Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris Crucible mode has finally arrived. After an extended hiatus following the Trials of the Nine flop, Bungie resurrected the original pinnacle PvP activity as the centerpiece for the Season of the Worthy. Destiny 2 Trials of Osiris will feel familiar to Destiny 1 veterans, as will many of its rewards, but it's got some new rules and features this time around.
Your role as a moderator enables you immediately ban this user from messaging bypassing the report queue if you select a punishment. I started out as a Guardian. I got hooked on running the Vault of Glass, trying to get my Truth drop in a Nightfall, and, yes, sometimes trolling my fireteam with inopportune Ward of Dawn placements. After playing for just a few short weeks, I knew I wanted to do whatever it took to work on the game. Destiny changed my life.