'Destiny' dropping support for bequest consoles with recover of 'Rise of Iron'

Destiny creator Bungie announced a skeleton to desert support for “legacy consoles” this week, warning players that, starting in August, all destiny updates and expansions will usually be permitted for a PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

As partial of thes announcement, Bungie suggested that Destiny‘s arriving Rise of Iron enlargement will not be expelled for a Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

“All updates, content, and events associated to Destiny: Rise of Iron will be taken on bequest consoles,” Bungie explained in a new blog post. “To entrance Destiny: Rise of Iron, bequest console players will need to ascent from their legacy console and squeeze Destiny: Rise of Iron once it is released.”

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Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 ports of Bungie’s online multiplayer first-person shooter Destiny premiered alongside Xbox One and PlayStation 4 editions in 2014, and a reissued sell chronicle featuring The Taken King enlargement strike all 4 consoles final year. To date, a infancy of Destiny‘s facilities and stretched calm was permitted to all players, regardless of their console of choice.

Starting in August, however, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 players will be incompetent to entrance many of Destiny‘s online events, including a Trials of Osiris weekly activity and a Iron Banner Crucible event. Live Events such as a Festival of a Lost, Crimson Days, and a Sparrow Racing League will also be dropped for bequest consoles.

Destiny events and online facilities that will still be permitted for bequest console players in Aug embody Heroic Missions and Strikes, Daily and Weekly Crucible Challenges, Raids and Boss Challenges, Prison of Elders and Challenge of Elders events, and Armsday Orders and Test Weapons missions.

Agent of a Nine Xur will also offer opposite equipment for sale, depending on a player’s elite console. Starting in August, Xur will no longer sell outlandish weapons and armor to bequest console players. Items such as Engrams, Vehicle Upgrades, and Motes of Light will continue to be sole opposite all platforms.

Destiny‘s subsequent vital expansion, Rise of Iron, will be labelled during $30 when it launches digitally for a PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on Sep 20.

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