The first: is it better than the first expansion, The Dark Below? The second: is it good in its own right? The answers: yes and yes mostly. House of Wolves injects some new modes into Destiny that are much needed and nicely complement the original spread of content.
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However, with the release of House of Wolves, the second expansion pack, Guardians have received an overabundance of new content, and some well needed updates. As a longtime fan of Destiny, I was overjoyed with the amount of content presented to me in House of Wolves, as well as what it establishes for the future of the game. One of the many gripes players had with Dark Below was how, to reach the maximum level cap, players would have to look the same based on their classes. What that means is that all level 32 Hunters looked the same, as it was with the Titans and Warlocks. This lack of diversity meant that every character was more or less getting the same perks and stat lines. However, when House of Wolves dropped, the game changed. Not only was a massive amount of new gear available for the players, but the new legendary material called Etheric Light allowed players to level up any legendary gear they had to the maximum level.
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The progression systems and mission design has improved significantly since launch. There is still hope from Destiny 2 though, especially with a recent set of rumours that pegged it as taking place on Saturn, featuring a better architecture to facilitate quicker and more substantial updates, busier towns and more activities and so on. Again, these are all just rumours and should be taken with a grain of salt. In Destiny 2 , there should be unranked and ranked playlists with the latter emphasizing ranks — but not completely sacrificing connections. Meanwhile, unranked playlists could work on finding similar skill levels but emphasizing connection quality above all.
It's not every day that Gamereactor gets invited over to the U. With that kind of investment, and with the MMO-like features introduced alongside Bungie's normal shooter mechanics, it seems logical then that the expansions are not merely ordinary DLC packs consisting of three measly multiplayer maps and a new weapon or two, but are more inline with what we'd usually get from an expansion for an online role-playing game. This is exactly what we're looking at with the House of Wolves, the second expansion for Destiny that adds a new social hub called The Reef, two juicy game modes called Prison of Elders and Trials of Osiris, and some new story missions. The fact that there are also new multiplayer maps and weapons as well is just the cherry on top.
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