New details have been revealed from the latest Game Informer issue in regards to the two different types of cooperative missions in the upcoming multiplatform video game, “Destiny.” According to a report from MP1st on Dec. 4, the shared-world first-person shooter will let players partnered up to take on different raids and strikes.
The strike co-operative missions are described a quick scenarios that can be completed by a small team. On the other hand, raids are more challenging story sections that required supplementary players. Bungie previously confirmed that you can also team up with three other characters when exploring a particular area. Moreover, “Destiny” features live event situations in which players can instantly team up to fight off a horde of enemies.
You can interact with other players during non-combat zones in an area known as the Tower. In addition to potentially forming parties, you could also sell and trade items in the special area.
“Destiny” is currently planned to come out simultaneously for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One platforms sometime during the second quarter of 2014. Bungie, the development studio behind the project, is going to provide a public beta to all four consoles although PS3 and PS4 players will be able to access the play test first.
Activision is the company that will be handling the publishing and distribution of “Destiny.” You can find some screens of the new intellectual property in the slideshow to the left of this article.