Posted on July 29, 2014 AT 02:48am
Bungie has revealed a new map that will feature in Destiny‘s multiplayer component, The Crucible, called Twilight Gap.
Twilight Gap takes place in an abandoned military facility on Earth and features tight metal corridors, expansive outdoor areas, beautiful vistas, and a few pretty precarious ledges. The map is quite small, and, according to lead designer Lars Bakken, focuses on multi-tiered vertical-based action.
Bungie has been forced to try and quell concerns from fans over the apparent lack of content that will be in Destiny at launch, after it was revealed that each of the game’s four planets—Earth, the Moon, Venus, and Mars—will only have one playable area each. With Old Russia from the beta being Earth’s area.
“Beta was water wings. Level 8 is nothing. You barely scratched the surface, and it seems like some folks had fun with what was there,” Bungie community manager, Eric “Urk” Osborne, said yesterday.
Destiny is set to launch September 9 for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.
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