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Bungie has unveiled a sneak peek of Felwinter Peak, the new social space arriving as part of upcoming Destiny expansion Rise of Iron.

Revealed in a short video on GameInformer, Felwinter Peak appears to have many secrets hidden within. game director Chrisopher Barrett and executive producer Scott Taylor took turns revealing some of the exciting things players can look forward to experiencing in the space.

Since the player must reclaim the space, it’s in rough shape. Only pieces of its original regalia remain intact. That doesn’t mean that players can’t find some cool old-timey, Iron Lord stuff, however, as the tree that many are familiar with from the Iron Banner does exist in the upper hall.

Speaking of the Iron Banner, players wanting to engage in the end-game PvP mode will now queue from Felwinter Peak instead of the Tower. I look forward to signing up for battle alongside some of the wolves that live there.

“We thought it only appropriate for Iron Banner to be at the original location of the Iron Lords,” Barrett said.

Destiny: Rise of Iron comes to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One September 20th.

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Source: Game Informer


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Destiny: Rise of Iron’s Felwinter Peak social space, explored

"Wolves are cool," and other reveals!

By Matt Buchholtz | 08/9/2016 01:00 PM PT

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Bungie has unveiled a sneak peek of Felwinter Peak, the new social space arriving as part of upcoming Destiny expansion Rise of Iron.

Revealed in a short video on GameInformer, Felwinter Peak appears to have many secrets hidden within. game director Chrisopher Barrett and executive producer Scott Taylor took turns revealing some of the exciting things players can look forward to experiencing in the space.

Since the player must reclaim the space, it’s in rough shape. Only pieces of its original regalia remain intact. That doesn’t mean that players can’t find some cool old-timey, Iron Lord stuff, however, as the tree that many are familiar with from the Iron Banner does exist in the upper hall.

Speaking of the Iron Banner, players wanting to engage in the end-game PvP mode will now queue from Felwinter Peak instead of the Tower. I look forward to signing up for battle alongside some of the wolves that live there.

“We thought it only appropriate for Iron Banner to be at the original location of the Iron Lords,” Barrett said.

Destiny: Rise of Iron comes to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One September 20th.

Read More

Source: Game Informer



About Matt Buchholtz

view all posts

Matt learned how to play video games from his grandma, who bravely adventured with him through the “terrifying” halls of Shadowgate. He plays a lot of Dungeons & Dragons on a podcast with comedians. Find him on Twitter @mattisgrounded