At long last, Destiny 2 is here. It’s been hotly anticipated and cautiously monitored in equal measure since before its official announcement in March of this year. The first game had a controversial release back in 2014, with critics offering only lukewarm praise and general disappointment, yet it still managed to retain a remarkably active player-base far longer than most console shooters enjoy. While its critical reception improved with each of its four subsequent expansions — specifically 2015’s The Taken King and 2016’s Rise of Iron — players were looking forward to see how Bungie would make amends with a fresh start. Now, we know exactly what they had in mind.