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Destiny’s PlayStation-exclusive content detailed

Posted on June 17, 2014 AT 01:59am

The Destiny alpha is now over, but to help keep you going until the beta begins in July Sony has shared the exclusive content that players will get on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 at launch.

At launch PS3 and PS4 players will have access to a unique co-op Strike located on Mars, an exclusive competitive map, and several exclusive guns, gear, and ships. Details on the Strike and map can be found below:

  • Dust Palace Strike: An exclusive three-player cooperative Strike that can be played with friends or match made. You’ll track a Cabal extraction team through the husks of an ancient human skyscraper, the Dust Palace, buried in the shifting dunes of Mars and face a new enemy, the Psion Flayers.
  • Exodus Blue Competitive Multiplayer Map: A mid-sized Crucible arena that pairs perfectly with Control and Skirmish game modes. The Exodus Blue, a long-dead vessel, once brought hope and humanity to worlds beyond Earth. Here, Guardians challenge one another, forging a new hope and future in the fires of the Crucible.

As well as this, each of the game’s three classes will get an exclusive armor set: Manifold Seeker for Warlocks, Vanir for Titans, and Argus for Hunters. There’s also two exclusive weapons for players to wield: The Monte Carlo, an exotic assault rifle, and The Hawkmoon, an exotic hand cannon.

Finally, there will be three exclusive ships:

  • Aurora Wake: A hull lined with arcane instruments, crafted by a circle of Warlocks – gifting the ship with a preternatural sense for the strange.
  • Crypt Hammer: A deep-strike insertion variant, built to carry Guardians safely through contested space. Carries hardpoints once used to hold Suros TL-SEAD anti-radiation missiles.
  • Outrageous Fortune: A rugged, versatile explorer for those ready to gamble everything in search of ancient secrets and alien power.

Destiny will be available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One from September 9.

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