'Destiny 2' game director Luke Smith has teased the shooter's first raid. In a recent interview with Mashable, Luke Smith revealed that Raid 5 would be set in a world where a lot of players would fight for their survival. According to Smith, Raid 5 will be far better than its rivals. 'Destiny 2' already has four raids: Crota's End, Vault of Glass, Wrath of the Machine, and Kings' Fall. Raid 5 looks like an exciting addition, and we are eagerly waiting to hear more about it.

A little about Raid 5

Luke explains that the new game is unique on its own, allowing players to be situated in a "real-life" place.

Raids are not new to the game franchise, but Raid 5 is a lot better than its predecessors.

Luke told Mashable that it was a "joy" to see an improved version of raid. Making Raid 5 unique has been his first "priority" since the competition is very high. He went on to say how the entire team of technicians and developers helped each other to achieve this goal.

First four raids in the franchise

The original game has a total of four raids (Vault of Glass, King's Fall, Crota's End, Wrath of the Machine). Players know that these four raids have two things in common: gameplay and graphics. If what Luke says is true, then it's safe to say that 'Destiny 2' is going to offer an appealing raid. That might be a brand new endgame content for the entire series, or perhaps a feature that brings players to a new kind of gameplay experience.

In the meantime, 'Destiny 2' is an anticipated shooter game developed by Bungie and High Moon Studios and published by Activision. The game is set to release on September 6 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows users. Gameplay is similar to that of 'Destiny', which incorporates role-playing and multiplayer online game elements.

To interact with other players in the game world you will have to use your console's messaging system. It's not going to be an easy task as there are a lot of enemies.

'Destiny 2' will feature a unique way of matchmaking, which will let players search for clans who may need more players for a variety of activities, such as strikes.

Game Spot reveals that 'Destiny 2' has been divided into two types: player versus environment and player versus player. Some of its famous characters are the Hunter, the Warlock, and the Titan.

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