Since the announcement of The Taken King expansion, fans have been divided over the price of the add-on, feeling that what was already announced to be part of the content, was too little for the asking price. The content will cost fans £40/$40/€40, and that in itself annoys fans. Bungie wanted fans to know exactly what they’re getting for their money, and below, you can see the list.
- New story missions and an array of sidequests that conspire to tell the story of our battle to defend our Solar System against Oryx and his Taken army
- New narrative driven by cinematic cutscenes starring an engaging cast of characters
- New Exotic Weapons, Exotic Armor, and Exotic Questlines
- The Dreadnaught, a full new destination, with unique secrets, rituals, and treasures to uncover
- A new breed of enemy combatants, The Taken, armed with new abilities and weapons
- An increased Level Cap, and new ways for your Guardian to grow more powerful
- The most substantial injection of new, unique, and redesigned weapons, armor, and talents to date
- New subclasses with all new Supers and abilities
- New cooperative Strikes with unique and dynamic new Boss battles
- Redesigned and reimagined Strikes – Dust Palace, Undying Mind, and Cerberus Vae III – are now overrun by the Taken
- New Crucible multiplayer maps with new Crucible modes, including the previously revealed Rift and Mayhem
- And, of course, last but not least, our biggest six-player Raid yet
The Taken King will release on all platforms on September 15th, and you can also buy the complete version of the game for £55 which includes all previously released DLC and The Taken King, on top of the base game.