5 Reasons you should play Destiny 2 in 2022

Let’s be real, there are a ton of games that we could spend our time with; some good and some bad. Destiny 2 is easily in the top 5 good ones (and… I’m not just saying that because this is a top 5 article). However, the game can be really intimidating for new and lapsed players. It’s a space opera, after all. Space operas have lots of lore and insist on giving everything weird names. Like Chewbacca, which has root words that suggest a hillbilly chewing tobacco (you’re welcome). But if you ignore the nerdy stuff, it’s an easy game to pick up. Let’s go over five quick reasons to try Destiny 2 in 2022

This dude is pretty tricked-out. I don’t play as much as him.

1. It’s the best “feeling” shooter you can play.

I don’t just say that as hyperbole: I’ve played all the popular shooters. None of them feel as good as Destiny 2 in the shooting, running, sliding or driving. What’s more, It’s easier than any of them for jumping into a random squad of people. And there is no game that offers a better balance between PVE and PVP. Destiny 2 really is as good as shooters get.

I got the jump on these fools

2. Its free and you can play it anywhere

You won’t find a lot of guides online about what a free player can do in Destiny 2 in 2022. Luckily, we made one for you. Destiny is available on Xbox, PlayStation, PC and Stadia. So ff you don’t own a gaming system or a beefy gaming PC, you can play it in your web browser with Stadia. Which means you can play it on your phone and tablet too. No matter what system you play on, the game lets you play with your friends on any other system. That’s right, Cross-play is fully enabled. But even if you wanted to stick with your Stadia friends, there’s a healthy community there too.

Take a shot every time this game mentions “darkness”

3. There’s a lot of content for free players

If you’re not sure about forking out cash, Destiny 2 has several dozen hours of good quality content to get through. Whether you play solo or in a group, you can take part in seasons and grinding levels without ever investing any money at all. Even some end-game content is available for free players! All of the content you experience as a free player is repeatable, and believe me, there’s a lot of stuff to do in Destiny 2 in 2022. Plus, free players can still play with friends or random squads.

Ah, the old cosmodrome. Who can forget?

4. Buy once, play forever

Although the game has “seasons” and incentives to invest more money every few months, those things are primarily cosmetic and loot based. So if you’re interested in shooting and having access to all of the adventures and content in the game, Destiny 2 has a “buy-to-play” model. Once you buy an expansion, you’ll have access to that content forever for no additional costs, and most of that content is still viable for grinding and earning rewards. Right now, Destiny 2 is at the best place its been in years.

This is the tower. That big floating ball looming over the city is inflation.

5. There’s always something going on

Destiny 2 remains one of the most popular games in the world, with a team of hundreds of people constantly working on new content. Because of the huge team, there are new seasons every few months; and every week the developer provides updates on their blog with patches, adjustments, and content. Every day there are new quests to take on and new things to buy from rare vendors. This game really is its own hobby. But don’t be intimidated! There’s no rush to level up your character to acquire essential items to “keep up.” It really is a game that a casual player can enjoy.

I had a lot more reasons why you should play Destiny 2 in 2022, but I left it at five because I respect your time. There are lots of Destiny fans on Stadia Dosage, so stick around for more coverage of this beloved game. Are you a big Destiny fan? If you’ve got better reasons to jump in, sound off below.


2 thoughts on “5 Reasons you should play Destiny 2 in 2022

  1. This has always been an amazing looking game to me . Im a Stadia founder, but I just don’t game enough anymore to learn these things or have the “gaming drive” like I did when I was a kid. Just looking at the main menu or at the different worlds or maps, I’m like wtf is happening rn? I will say, I did shoot someone on Pubg once.

  2. I completely understand. When picking this game back up this year I was absolutely daunted. and that’s with my knowing how the UI works! Its a tough game to get into on your own.

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