Destiny 2 is a fantastic successor to the original looter shooter RPG title Destiny. The game mixes the elements of various weapon shooting, dynamic class abilities and throws the combination into PvP and PvE modes. Developed by Bungie, Destiny 2 released back in 2017, and since then, it has received several DLCs, bringing in significant weapon and class balancing and adding new content to increase the replay value. For the most part, Destiny 2 managed to keep traction and consistently kept players interested with new in-game modes, celebrated events, and challenging raids. There is an abundance of activities, main missions, and side quests to engage solo or with a team in the game’s current state.