We already know the Earth and the Moon, now panoramic images of new planets have been taken.
As is well known, Bungie turned away from the Halo series for a while to make the Destinyt, however, which will no longer be available not only on Microsoft consoles, but also on PlayStation 3 and 4. The project is not so tied to the Redmond company that the alpha and beta tests have run on Sony consoles, respectively, and will continue to do so in the future. At least in the first round.
The game guides players to the planets of our solar system, about which a series of new panoramas have now swept the World Wide Web. In addition to these already familiar sites from the alpha (Tower and Cosmodrome), we can also see new areas such as Mars or the surface of Venus. The images also show that each planet will represent a different terrain: Mars is famous for its vast red deserts, while Venus is much more like tropical archipelagos.
Destiny’s open beta will start on July 17 for PS3 and PS4 only. We are expected to visit these planets during the beta. The final version of the game will be released on September 9th.