Updated 01:19 PM EDT, Fri, Sep 18, 2020

'Destiny: The Taken King': Secret Twist Coming? Everything We Know So Far Here!

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With only a few days left before its release, the Destiny: The Taken King expansion is now believed to come with a new twist.

The game's creative director Luke Smith said in a GamesRadar report that the King's Fall raid in the game gave them one of their hardest tasks.

"You have to raise the bar. The raid team always has the challenge of having to push itself a little further because expectations continue to go up, you know? It's our biggest raid to date - in terms of encounters, of spaces, of the conclusion. It is our most epic finale," Smith explained.

He added that the raid was designed to be played with the hard mode in mind.

"The way we developed King's Fall was different to the other [raids]. We developed Hard mode first this time, then scaled to Normal. And we have one more thing we're not talking about yet that's pretty special. It's a twist I'm very excited about. It's not just going to be Normal and Hard mode," added the creative director dishing some details on what the twist will be.

According to the International Business Times, the King's Fall is also expected to be the "biggest ever raid" by game developer Bungie, bigger than other raids like the Crota's End and the Vault of Glass.

Earlier, "The Taken King" was announced E3 2015 a few months ago with the availability of third additional downloadable contents (DLC).

However, Ecumenical News said the third DLC had mostly negative reviews from gamers.

According to the same report, "Most gamers who purchased the expansion were excited about the introduction of a new villain, but [were] disappointed at finding out that the main bad guy's minions are nothing but a blend of the existing enemies."

Users had to pay $40 for the DLC alone, the report adds.

Engadget reported that the "The Taken King" PS4 bundle is already a complete package for the gamers since one can have a copy of the two initial expansions of Destiny -- "The Dark Below" and "House of Wolves."

Playstation said that the new DLC of the game also features "a new story, new Guardian sub-classes with new Supers, new activities, new rewards, new weapons and new PvP maps" which will surely give gamers a better gameplay experience.

Players can also reportedly update their PS3 version to the PS4 without losing any progress.

According to BidnessETC, the "Destiny: The Taken King" will launch go September 15 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3.

This is two days away and fans are already very much excited for it.

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