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  • Summary: Destiny 2 Expansion II: Warmind continues your Guardian’s journey with an all-new story. Ana Bray, a Guardian long thought lost, searches for a connection to her past…one that could be lost forever on the polar ice caps of Mars. As Golden Age warsats begin slamming into the ice, the glaciersDestiny 2 Expansion II: Warmind continues your Guardian’s journey with an all-new story. Ana Bray, a Guardian long thought lost, searches for a connection to her past…one that could be lost forever on the polar ice caps of Mars. As Golden Age warsats begin slamming into the ice, the glaciers begin to thaw, revealing the core of the Warmind Rasputin – and an ancient Hive army bent on its destruction. Now free, the Hive swarm in service to their god Xol. Help Ana discover her past and destroy the Hive’s gargantuan worm-god before it is too late. Expand

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 8
  2. Negative: 1 out of 8
  1. Jun 25, 2018
    72
    This new expansion expands the bundle and adds new content to help extend the life of Destiny 2, but the campaign is too short and much of the content is recycled.
  2. May 14, 2018
    70
    A good effort but doesn't manage to do enough to right the wrongs of Destiny 2 nor the previous DLC.
  3. May 30, 2018
    65
    Destiny 2: Warmind failed to deliver a compelling campaign and rushes its storyline in less than a couple of hours. Nevertheless, it adds a cool new end-game PvE event and many quests, which were eagerly expected by fans.
  4. May 14, 2018
    60
    Warmind offers a lot of new content with some fantastic weapons, but the unbearable grind and Heroic Strike problems heavily detract from the game. The fact that the new campaign is lackluster and it's still hard to find Exotic Engrams doesn't help either. Additionally, Bungie failed to deliver on Masterwork Exotics because only a handful of items can be upgraded at this time.
  5. May 15, 2018
    60
    Warmind represents Bungie finally getting its PvP house in order after a rocky start, but this success comes at the cost of an underwhelming PvE offering. The campaign is a one-note run through a handful of missions that boil down to run here, kill dudes then throw a magic space javelin at more dudes for the big finale. The Escalation mode and Raid-Lair are nice little additions, but Warmind really does offer staggeringly little for its price tag.
  6. May 14, 2018
    50
    Warmind is a big let-down that threatens to wipe out any sort of enthusiasm for the game that might be left. After all, if this is what you have to look forward to, why keep playing?
  7. May 10, 2018
    48
    Destiny 2: Warmind is better than Curse of Osiris, but only marginally better. We’re still fighting the same reskinned enemies within recycled locations, day in and day out. The same can be said about the design choices here, being that new activities are akin to the activities found in The Taken King and vanilla Destiny. Despite its interesting and compelling premise, Warmind is lazy, rushed and underwhelming.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 11
  2. Negative: 5 out of 11
  1. May 8, 2018
    10
    The people complaining about this game are the same people playing FTP Fortnite and base all of their hobbies on what's the most popular. IThe people complaining about this game are the same people playing FTP Fortnite and base all of their hobbies on what's the most popular. I base mine off gameplay and off of good mechanics, graphics and sound. Destiny 2 is a well-rounded and underappreciated package, and this DLC is a great extension to the people that stuck with it like me. Expand
  2. May 10, 2018
    8
    For a small DLC this one brought a lot of great thing into Destiny 2. While the story line was short (only 4 missions) and somewhatFor a small DLC this one brought a lot of great thing into Destiny 2. While the story line was short (only 4 missions) and somewhat disjointed the addition of a new world and areas are great.

    Love the changes to exotic weapons as well as the new emote wheel and emotes.
    Love the ability to store or dismantle things from the postmaster.

    I enjoy the 2 new strikes, although I felt that they resemble the story line too much.

    Overall definitely improvements to the game worth the $20 cost.
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  3. May 14, 2018
    7
    Here me out, this expatiation has its flaws and its story could have been so much better, but it also added so much to the game. EscalationHere me out, this expatiation has its flaws and its story could have been so much better, but it also added so much to the game. Escalation protocol, a new/old area on Mars, fun unique exotic quest and so much more. This is a step in the right direction and I hope they build off of this in the fall exception. Expand
  4. May 9, 2018
    5
    5 for only 5 missions...and the $20 I had to pay for those 5 missions (one being a lost sector) to be fair it’s way better than the first DLC
  5. Jun 4, 2018
    2
    I still do not feel rewarded by strikes, in PvP and any other action. More weapons with the same perks and mediocre exotics. Nothing reallyI still do not feel rewarded by strikes, in PvP and any other action. More weapons with the same perks and mediocre exotics. Nothing really new or shiny. Expand
  6. May 18, 2018
    0
    Too little too late seems to be the theme here with Bungie. While they finally are showing that they are at least paying attention to theToo little too late seems to be the theme here with Bungie. While they finally are showing that they are at least paying attention to the community with some of the design choices for the game moving forward, the lack of story content that desperately needed a shot to the arm to make the world more interesting and the fact that there are still a ton of problems with the game have me finally cutting ties with the game. I shouldn't have to wait till the fabled september update that's supposed to fix the whole game and make it as great as Destiny 1 was while also dropping prob another 40 bucks on that upcoming DLC. If this had been the first expansion for the game instead of the Osiris one, I prob would have continued playing. As it stands though Bungie has burned through the last of its good will for me. I'd almost prefer for them to just go straight to Destiny 3 at this point and start from scratch and actually use the lessons learned from the previous 2 games to make it a masterpiece. Then I might consider playing one of their games again. Expand
  7. May 8, 2018
    0
    Bungei, tudo braço curto ! Nunca vi tanto Crtl+C, Crtl+v. O primeiro DLC foi feito numa má vontade... este não foi diferente, um copiaBungei, tudo braço curto ! Nunca vi tanto Crtl+C, Crtl+v. O primeiro DLC foi feito numa má vontade... este não foi diferente, um copia vagabunda do planeta Titã, só algumas parte tem gelo. É muito parecido. Os inimigos tudo a mesma coisa, só agora estão com neve no corpo. Sou daqueles, se for pra fazer isto, entregar isto para o público, nem faz, deixa pra lá, é mais bonito. Bom e assim termina esta porcaria. Um jogo com um potencial gigante jogado fora por conta de preguiça de fazer algo novo. Não recomendo. Expand

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