We all know that Destiny will be released on September 9, 2014 on PlayStation 3, PS3, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, but one big question remains. When will I be able to join the servers?
Bungie posted an update on the official Twitter saying that “Destiny servers will admit Guardians as soon as it is September 9th somewhere in the world. When you play is between you and your retailer.”
Another update states “When it is September 9th somewhere in the world, and you have access to your very own version of Destiny, it will be time for you to create a character that will keep your company for a good, long time. Retailers will stick to time-zones. Our servers won’t know the difference. Retailers will break street date. Our servers won’t.”
Bungie also said that you won’t be able to trade items in the full game. Trading will only be possible with your enemy like “trade your ammo for their loot”. They want us to work towards claiming that epic item and once we have it to be able to tell a badass story about it.
Back in April Tyson Green, lead player investment designer at Bungie, told IGN: “We’re really excited about creating a player economy. This is going to be a game that the community really drives, but for launch we’re going to be restricting it to trading items between your own characters.” So, I guess that we will get this option enabled at a later date, and who knows, maybe an Auction House or something similar.
Exclusive content will be made available to PS4 and PS3 owners, including an exclusive set of ships, gear, and guns, a co-op Strike mission on Mars, and a competitive multiplayer map. Destiny’s first expansion, The Dark Below, is scheduled for release in December.
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