Bungie and Activision confirmed today that Destiny: The Collection releases on September 20 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and features “the entire Destiny saga.” As the trailer shows, it’s priced at $59.99 USD.
In all, Destiny: The Collection includes Destiny, Expansion 1: The Dark Below, Expansion 2: House of Wolves, The Taken King expansion, and the Rise of Iron expansion, with the latter also releasing on September 20. By pre-ordering The Collection, you’ll receive the black and silver Iron Gjallarhorn exotic rocket launcher and Iron Gjallarwing sparrow.
If you decide to pre-order The Collection digitally, you’ll be able to play Destiny, The Dark Below, House of Wolves, and The Taken King immediately. Rise of Iron will then become available on September 20.
Here’s what you’ll find in the Rise of Iron expansion:
The wall which stood for centuries along the southern border of Old Russia has collapsed, a battle-scorched reminder that our enemies still seek to destroy us all. Fallen mutants now scavenge the tombs of the Golden Age, and the plague they have unearthed in the wastes is more dangerous than even they understand. Join Lord Saladin. Journey into The Plaguelands. Learn the fate of the Iron Lords and stop the growing threat before it is too late.
- Level 40 Character boost to bring your Guardian’s level up to Rise of Iron
- New Strike and redesigned fan-favorite Strikes
- New six-player Raid
- New enemy faction
- New competitive maps and a new 6v6 mode, Supremacy
- More quests, weapons, armor, and gear to earn
- Light Level increase
Byron Beede, Senior Vice President of Destiny at Activision, said:
Destiny – The Collection is the perfect starting point for gamers who have yet to experience Destiny. Destiny – The Collection contains some of the most engaging content Bungie has ever created and the soon-to-be released Rise of Iron. It also includes a character boost that will allow new players to instantly join in with friends who are already enjoying Destiny.
As we learned earlier this month, Destiny 2 is still set for a 2017 release.
Will you be getting The Collection?