Destiny 2 will see some gameplay changes in its open world gameplay. Bungie shared some relevant information about these changes before the RPG shooter makes its appearance at the ongoing E3 2017. It seems that the developer is also improving the game's overall appeal by infusing some light and hope in its core story.
Lost Sectors Will Be Added, But What Are They?
Rumors have been going around lately that one of the most exciting Destiny 2 gameplay changes will be the addition of the Lost Sectors. Project lead Mark Noseworthy explained that these Lost Sectors are similar to secret mini-dungeons in the game's open world. He even teased the fans saying if there appears to be a door somewhere, they need to investigate.
They might not know that there's a boss hiding inside who is holding a key or guarding a fortune chest. In Destiny 2, there's only one place where Lost Sectors are confirmed -- it is in the European Dead Zone. With the upcoming gameplay changes, it appears that Bungie is planning to add these features on all the planets and moons in Destiny 2's open world. Perhaps there will be some announcements that Bungie will make in this regard at the E3 2017.
Bungie Wants To Focus On Light And Hope, Not Darkness
Meanwhile, Bungie appears to be addressing the concerns of gamers regarding The Darkness engulfing the story of Destiny 2. The developer is rumored to be infusing some light and hope to the video game's core story. Bungie acknowledges this element of darkness but assures its fans that it is not the intent of the game.
Fans will recall that the upcoming gameplay changes in the core story of Destiny 2 will no longer be delivered through the Grimoire cards. Director Luke Smith revealed in a recent interview that they never really described what this darkness means. He explained that the video game is about light and what a person will do to recover that light if it is taken away from him.