New details on Bungie's new "Destiny" expansion, "Rise of Iron," have surfaced and these include experience boosters and private matches.
Destiny's forthcoming game is set to allow players to purchase experience boosters in-game, Game Spot has learned. As per the publication, players can buy the boosters with silver, which the in-game currency players can obtain using real world money.
Players can use the said boosters to boost the experience rates for Crucible, House of Judgement, and Vanguard. In addition, they may also serve as a "drop" from etithr Radiant Treasures or Sterling Treasure Boxes, which players could earn through playing in-game or purchasing silver.
In other news, "Destiny: Rise of Iron" is set to have a new feature, private multiplayer matches. In line with this, Bungie previously announced to implement "Destiny" server maintenance on Sept. 15, Express reported.
The servers were down for two hours, from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Players were not able to log in to the game from 3:30 p.m. while whose who are logged on before the said time could continue playing until the servers were completely offline.
Private multiplayer matches were supposed to be released with "Destiny: Rise of Iron;" however, the studio reportedly opted to unveil the said feature earlier, as part of the new update. In private multiplayer, players are able to set up their own Crucible matches with certain rules and they can set the player count prior to entering maps.
Overall, "Destiny's" 2.4.0 patch notes had been upgraded to express changes to Sleeper Simulant, Titans, and Tower Investment.
"Destiny: Rise of Iron" is set to be released for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on Sept. 20.
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