Destiny 2 Maps, Everybody who is the Die hard fan of destiny 2 will gonna love this. The Bungie devs are always crazy busy working towards what comes next for Destiny. Adding feature support for already shipped content takes a back seat to that, which is why it can take a long time (if at all) before you see official support for features built by third party developers (aka community developers).
We are actually incredibly lucky (and thankful) that it worked out that u/EdgarVerona was able to set aside some time to implement the checklists system as the Collections system coming in Forsaken may make some of this data redundant. In fact, it only happened due to the community requesting it and it also came out MUCH sooner than I thought it would (I was telling people to wait until September to finish their Sleeper Node / Latent Memory checklists). If that qualifies as being lazy well…Those are some crazy standards to live by!
Here are the Top Ten Destiny 2 Maps that will Amaze you
The Lost Sector
It’s just like the Lost Sector on near Braytech. Whether we wanted it or not, we’ve stepped into a war with the Cabal on Mars. So let’s get to taking out their command, one by one. Valus Ta’aurc. From what I can gather he commands the Siege Dancers from an Imperial Land Tank outside of Rubicon. He’s well protected, but with the right team, we can punch through those defenses, take this beast out, and break their grip on Freehold.
Imagine if you actually saw the light being ripped from guardians in Savathun’s Song, their empty husks being flung aside like the worthless meat/metal bags they’d become.
As compared to just hearing, “Oh no, leave me alone! It’s so scurry guys, I swear, if only you were here to see how spooped I am. Also I’m dead now blegh“.
The flood will always be a better enemy type than the hive, because the flood were allowed to be the horror-themed body snatchers they were, while the hive are just more dudes with guns.
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