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Bungie Celebrates The Destiny Community & Level 20+ Players
by Matthew Kato on Sep 05, 2014 at 04:51 PM
Publisher: Activision
Developer: Bungie
Release:
Rating: Teen
Platform: PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One

Bungie has unveiled another weekly Q&A, and in it the developer talks beta nameplates, special badges, high-ranking adventures, and more.

The developer revealed that beta nameplates will be given out for those that participated, and Bungie community members can also earn special badges for their contributions including their forum status and having played multiple Bungie titles. Gamers can pick up these goodies in-game by visiting Tess in the Tower.

Bungie also gave a snapshot of what awaits players after level 20: Heroic mode progressions for Daily Heroic Story Chapters and Weekly Heroic Strikes. These require exceptional gear in order to defeat high-level enemies. Strikes' modifiers also increase the difficulty such as making arc weapons even deadlier. This is good for players, but also makes enemies with those type of weapons harder, too. Bounties are also important for post-level 20 players due to the high amount of XP they deliver.

If you're level 25 on September 16, you can break into the Vault of Glass on Venus for a special run. As Bungie usually does, there will be plenty of other post-release content that will reflect what the developer has learned based on players' experiences so far.

For more info from the Q&A, head over to the Bungie page.

Destiny comes out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 on September 9.

In other recent Destiny news, find out how you can upgrade to the new-gen version of the game for free. Also check out the trailer for the PS4-exclusive Dust Palace strike.

[Source: Bungie]