The indigenous Outriders: Worldslayer openly flung Destiny 2 and Warframe gloves at each other, but the game has not garnered as much popularity as the developers at Square Enix would expect it to have at this point after playing the game. The most recent development should at long last bring about that transformation.
The early excitement surrounding the Polish looter-shooter was quite high, but after the game’s debut, it became clear that the end-game, which is the aspect of such a game that is considered to be the most essential, is really located on the full line. A little more than a year after the premiere, the creators from People Can Fly are providing us with the first substantial fictional addition to their work, and similar to Bungie’s competitors, they call 165-179 gold for it.
The Worldslayer expansion will provide a longer co-op mode, a considerably enhanced end-game phase, a fully new Apocalypse Levels system, PAX trees, and a large number of other appealing new features, such as the story campaign. While the remaining daredevils will make their way to the servers on June 30th, the first daredevils have already begun playing in the DLC.
This has the potential to be a watershed moment for the game, and much as the first and second Destiny each broke the bank with the release of their initial downloadable content packs, Outriders has the potential to do the same. Especially considering that the total number of active gamers has been steadily increasing over the course of the past three months!