The moreish multiplayer returns with a sprawling universe to explore, meaning you might spend as much time getting lost as you do shooting aliens

The greatest strength of Destiny – a game where even its biggest fans often struggle to explain why they continue playing for thousands of hours – is its core compulsion loop. Wandering around the Moon, shooting aliens in the head, picking up glowing engrams, harvesting helium filaments and completing patrols has proved immensely satisfying in a way that few other titles have managed.

So it’s not surprising that the sequel doubles down on those elements, retooling the entire game to put that shooting-aliens-in-the-head experience front and centre.

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