Destiny 2 Beyond Light
Beyond Light has been out for almost a week now and during that time I’ve been getting stuck in to exploring Europa as much as possible. For the most part I’m pretty happy with what the expansion has provided players with. The main story is short and can be completed in a handful of hours or less. That being said, once that’s out of the way a fair few new quests do open up. Many of these I’m still going through.
However, it cannot be forgotten that a lot of content has been taken away with Beyond Light and I wrote a bit more about that last week if you want to have a look. In short, it’s hard not to be a little bit miffed about the changes.
Whilst the loss of content and gear isn’t great I’m still having a blast getting stuck back into Destiny. It’s one of those games that I always feel like I can comfortably dip back in to even if it’s been a few months. Sure things may have changed, but it doesn’t take long to get back to feeling at home with it.
Beyond Light brings us two locations, one old and one new. Europa looks fantastic with it’s snowy plains and icy caves. The Braytech facilities have a clinical look to them that suit the overall aesthetics of the moon. I’ve had a great time with it so far and with the Season of the Hunt kicking off this week there will be plenty more to discover. With that in mind, I will likely be streaming some Destiny 2 over the next few weeks or so. So if you fancy hanging out head over to my Twitch channel to say hi.
7 Days to Die
In the past, I’ve had a bad habit of buying games and not really playing them. One such game to fall into that trap was 7 Days to Die. The game is actually 7 years old now and I’d hazard a guess that I picked it up at least 4 years ago. For a while, I’ve watched various YouTubers play the game and I’ve always liked the look of how it handles zombie survival. Over the weekend we took a little time to see how the game was after all this time.
Whilst we only played for around an hour and a half I have to say that I’m impressed. to me it actually feels like one of the more accessible survival games and probably one of the most fleshed out in terms of its content. During the play session we mostly just explored and got to grips with the systems and it was a lot of fun and I hope to get back on it in hopes of surviving a blood moon for the first time!