Destiny Rise of Iron adds Private Matches, Awesome!
After much influence from the Destiny community, Bungie has heard the cries and now, Destiny Rise of Iron adds Private Matches! What does this mean for the Destiny community? How will this effect the future of Destiny for Both PvP and PvE? Will Destiny become a major player in competitive Esports? There are tons of questions and we will try and touch on as many as we can, but first, let’s find out what can we expect with the arrival of Private Matches.
Now that Destiny Rise of Iron adds Private Matches, guardians will be able to set up a custom match by controlling all the elements of a PvP match up. With custom matches, guardians will be able to,
Choose the Game Type:
Guardians can pick which type of game they want their private match to be. Just about every game type will be available like: Control, Rift, Elimination, Mayham, Mayham Rumble, Inferno Clash, pretty much any game type you’ve ever played with the exception of a couple.
Pick your Map:
Rise of Iron will be bringing three new maps to the Crucible playlist (four if you are a Playstation 4 player) and those will also be included in the list of maps to choose from. Some maps that maybe you haven’t seen in a while, or the maps you know that you can dominate at, Pick your whichever you want!
Set the Score Limit:
In General, point set ups will be relative to there respective game types. What that means is, You can set up a Mayhem game type to 500,00 but not a regular Rumble match. Score limits will be able to be set to roughly 5 time there normal limit, or as little as a fourth of the normal limit depending on the game type.
Set the Time Limit:
Whether you want to draw out a match, or get your kills and get out, you can set your time limit accordingly. The cool thing about the time limit, as well as score limit, is that if you choose to, you can have matches go on for quite some time. Almost three times the regular amount in most cases.
Select whether or not to use your Light:
It’s as simple as enabling or disabling light levels. Like with Iron Banner or Trials of Osiris, You can choose to have your light enabled, or you can disable light levels all together like the regular Crucible playlists.
Designate the Time of Day you will play in:
Depending on the Map, you will be able to choose the time of day that your match will take place in. This options is not available to every map only because some maps take place indoors and there is not time of day factor for those. One the maps that are open area, this setting will be helpful and harming. For places like The Burning Shire, when you have to look out at that piercing sunlight to see if anyone is trying to snipe you, it can be rough. Hopefully this setting can change all that.
Decide on whether or not to include vehicles:
Again, this option is only for maps that can support the use of vehicles. Most of the indoor or smaller maps will not have this options. For that maps that have previously supports vehicles, you will be able to choose to have them included in your game play, or take them out completely. I could see this being pretty cool to take them out on the big maps and having a sniper battle. Sounds cool to me.
Now that Destiny Rise of Iron adds private matches, what will you do? There are still a ton of things to discuss on this topic. Stay tuned to AreYouGaming.com to hear more about Destiny Rise of Iron, as the information becomes available. If you wanna know more about what else Rise of Iron is promising check out our Destiny Rise of Iron Information Update article.