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That had four areas rather than one and more missions than the Taken King. Luke Smith: All I can do is answer that with the same thing I just gave you...
We're really comfortable with the value we're giving to players this autumn.
Considering many Day 1 players paid to own "Destiny" and the first two expansions last year, fans are upset at the price point, which, to many, feels exorbitant, especially since it forces you to buy all that original content again.
So when Eurogamer sat down with Luke Smith, creative director on "The Taken King," to talk about pricing, fans were hoping Smith would offer some explanations for these moves. The whole thing is really worth a read, but check out this particular exchange: Eurogamer: I get that ['The Taken King'] is big but it is also the same price as the base game.
In the easy mission Scourge of Winter, the final boss fight features a spawn point just outside his throne room.
So, players would pop a Three of Coins, boosting the chance of an exotic engram drop, then kill the boss with a missile from a rocket launcher that would also kill the player, thus triggering the loot drop and, crucially, respawning the player just outside the throne room.
An overview of the ~167 shaders that were generated by my script.Coming off a successful week at E3, Bungie, the creators of "Halo" and "Destiny," is facing a PR disaster after one of the game's creative directors defended the price tag of the new "Destiny" expansion coming this fall, called "The Taken King," which will offer new missions, gear, weapons, and more.The interview between Luke Smith, Bungie's creative director on "The Taken King," and Eurogamer's Tom Phillips, was an absolute disaster — and "Destiny" fans are incensed.This was conceived by making the alpha pass channel-based rather than monochromatic.In this picture we can dynamically mask any of these base render passes based off of the green channel (Kat's arm), the red channel (the DMR), or the blue channel (our base armor layer).