In Destiny you are given a basic ship and Sparrow to start with. As you progress better ones become available for purchase that have more health or just look cooler. This guide will hep you find out how to switch your ship and Sparrow.
I really hope there is a REASON to switch your ship in the full game. The Sparrow makes sense, you actually use it, you can get faster ones etc. But in the alpha and now the beta, your actual warp ship servers no purpose but for loading screens and they are too expensive for just that. I hope they are hiding a nice surprise for us in the full game, like somehow piloting them.
Agreed. Maybe there's a Mass Effect 2 kind of mechanic going on? I have no idea. Doubt it's just for "show."
Right I hope so as well. For now it is just for show. It would be cool to actually travel in space with it like a free roam type thing.
I wish you drove it through space to go to the other planets, something like Halo Reachs flying mission. As of now though the ships do seem pointless.
I too am wondering what the ship upgrades actually give you...anyone know?
My guess would be better ships have better warp drives so you can travel to different planets. I'm only basing this off of at the start of the beta intro level when your ghost tells you that you'll need to get a ship with a better warp drive so you can warp to further planets once he finishes repairing the first one you find.
I hope there will be something like SWTOR where you can PVP with your Ship. Maybe you need a better ship in the full version to visit planets near endgame or something like that ..
forget about them, what about that dead ghost you find in some areas?
Yeah anybody know what the heck these are I found two of them, one is actually on the Tower
Got three beta codes for Destiny left. They are for PS4 in NA. PM me if you want one.
Don't forget you can get a free sparrow when you collect the 5 golden chests. It's the same model as they sell in the store, but you don't get to choose the color.
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