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  1. Join three intrepid players as they venture into The Devils' Lair in the gameplay preview of Destiny's Strike mode. When Destiny launches this September, it will come with a variety of game modes for players to dig into and experience. Out of those numerous modes, only three have been announced: Patrol, Strike, and Competitive. Of those three, we only know a bit about Patrol and Strike. Patrol is what amounts to an exploration mode, allowing players to wander large sections of interior and exterior spaces. In those areas players will find side quests, numerous enemies, and new gear. Like the game Journey, there will also be a degree of online interactivity while making your way in Patrol. Other players will wander into and out of a game pursuing their own goals and missions. However, players also have the option to team up and tackle dynamic challenges that require teamwork. On the other end of the spectrum, we have Strike. Strike seems to be Destiny's version of a dungeon, players of certain types work together to clear a certain area with a definite beginning, middle, and end. That end often involves a tense encounter with a powerful boss with a large reward for emerging victorious. These areas are designed to be played repeatedly, making Strike ideal for players looking to reliably obtain better gear. Check out the video below to get an idea of what to expect. Additionally, Polygon reported today that a Bungie representative has stated that game saves will transfer between console generations. "We're interested in making sure that last gen character can move to next gen," said Bungie's investment lead Tyson Green. "A lot of people are going to buy Destiny on PS3 or Xbox 360 and then get a PS4 for Christmas. Don't tell me I wasted those last 100 hours there. So we're really interested in supporting that." However, while Green did say that transferring data from PS3 to Xbox One wasn't out of the question, he also clarified that it was unlikely due to Sony and Microsoft's restrictions. As for future console plans or how those console transfers would work, details were not forthcoming. As we draw closer to E3 and Destiny's September 9 release date answers should be more readily available. Destiny will be available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Wii U.
  2. Join three intrepid players as they venture into The Devils' Lair in the gameplay preview of Destiny's Strike mode. When Destiny launches this September, it will come with a variety of game modes for players to dig into and experience. Out of those numerous modes, only three have been announced: Patrol, Strike, and Competitive. Of those three, we only know a bit about Patrol and Strike. Patrol is what amounts to an exploration mode, allowing players to wander large sections of interior and exterior spaces. In those areas players will find side quests, numerous enemies, and new gear. Like the game Journey, there will also be a degree of online interactivity while making your way in Patrol. Other players will wander into and out of a game pursuing their own goals and missions. However, players also have the option to team up and tackle dynamic challenges that require teamwork. On the other end of the spectrum, we have Strike. Strike seems to be Destiny's version of a dungeon, players of certain types work together to clear a certain area with a definite beginning, middle, and end. That end often involves a tense encounter with a powerful boss with a large reward for emerging victorious. These areas are designed to be played repeatedly, making Strike ideal for players looking to reliably obtain better gear. Check out the video below to get an idea of what to expect. Additionally, Polygon reported today that a Bungie representative has stated that game saves will transfer between console generations. "We're interested in making sure that last gen character can move to next gen," said Bungie's investment lead Tyson Green. "A lot of people are going to buy Destiny on PS3 or Xbox 360 and then get a PS4 for Christmas. Don't tell me I wasted those last 100 hours there. So we're really interested in supporting that." However, while Green did say that transferring data from PS3 to Xbox One wasn't out of the question, he also clarified that it was unlikely due to Sony and Microsoft's restrictions. As for future console plans or how those console transfers would work, details were not forthcoming. As we draw closer to E3 and Destiny's September 9 release date answers should be more readily available. Destiny will be available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Wii U. View full article
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