While Destiny 2 is set to have plenty of tie-in promotions like Bungie's collaboration with Pop-Tarts to dole out XP boosts to Guardians willing to buy boxes of the confectionery pastry delights, as one should expect, the sequel will contain plenty of content all its own.
There are over eighty missions and PvE activities to enjoy, and each is substantial in length, challenge, story and reward.
The newest issue of Edge Magazine included a spread on Destiny 2, coming with some juicy new information on the game's content.
There's apparently so much content, at one point in development players were reaching the end of the character progression at around the 55-hour mark, and there was still more PVE stuff left to experience.
Supers and grenades were also mentioned, and whilst they recharge faster than the beta, it seems we'll be encouraged to recharge them more quickly through aggressive play: an example given was a Warlock exotic chest that lets you hover in the air (sounding a little like Empyrrean Bellicose) where kills whilst hovering will quickly recharge your grenade.
Furthermore, it was revealed that players won't be able to to take too much time during Destiny 2's Nightfall Strikes, as there will be a time limit implemented. Once the game officially releases, the elemental shields will blow up once they're depleted, blasting and damaging any enemies who happen to be in a certain radius nearby.
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Destiny 2 launches on September 6.