Destiny is a victim of the hype machine created around it. It's a refined console shooter that feels great during the action, but goes stale during just about every other component of the game.
Bethesda even hired a Bungie developer to work on the RPG's shooter mechanics.
Plus, a "full-sized" sequel is reportedly coming in 2016.
Two game modes and eight new maps, all for free.
"To talk about quests like they're a new thing is sort of embarrassing."
Watch the video to also see a brief glimpse of the new Dreadnaught Strike and more.
The first "Rift" multiplayer match to be broadcast live will take place this coming Saturday, August 22.
The exotic rocket launcher of your dreams is now available for the low price of 17 Strange Coins; Xur location and inventory revealed.
GameSpot's resident Destiny lovers Erick Tay and Alex Newhouse join host Danny O'Dwyer to talk about the new content coming in The Taken King, and the changes Bungie are introducing across Destiny.
"We're not doing that," Activision says about recent report that claimed Destiny would let you pay real money for ammo packs.