Destiny 2's soundtrack is utterly sublime, every one of its orchestral cues bringing us out in goosebumps. The voice acting is pretty good too (especially Nathan Fillion as Cayde-6), while the whizz-bang sci-fi sound effects are spot-on.
Sprawling, gorgeous environments filled with hidden Lost Sectors to discover, secrets aplenty and some jaw-dropping views. Assuming you get the chance to stop and look at them, that is.
Ludicrously good fun. Destiny 2 could have been an incredibly repetitive game, but the core shooter mechanics are so robust and enjoyable that you'll want to spend hours just blasting away. Frequent loot drops help too.
Delivering in practically every department the original base game failed to, Destiny 2 is a stellar sequel that's perfectly structured, gifting rewards at exactly the right time, while doing away with the complicated guff. Get your Sparrow at level 20 and you'll be laughing.
We're all for 'less is more', but this is ridiculous.What's on Destiny 2's achievement list is good and covers all of the main events, but there's a hell of a lot missing. Not getting an achievement at any point during the story seems odd, and not getting one for finishing it seems even weirder.