Tonight at Gamescom, Bungie and Activision delivered the world premiere of the new multiplayer trailer for Destiny, which highlights the competitive PVP modes that will be offered in the Crucible when the game launches in September.
There are seven modes in total with a blend of deathmatch and objective-based gametypes. As we saw in the beta, Control challenges teams to retain control of capture points, while Clash pits two teams of six in a traditional TDM mode. For those who prefer to roll solo, there's Rumble — Destiny's deathmatch gametype.
Skirmish also requires control of specified capture points, but limits players to teams of three and increases respawn timers. In Salvage, another three-versus-three mode, teams fight to collect relics around the map. Combined Arms is large scale combat with vehicles, and of course, the Iron Banner reap all of the benefits and attributes of their acquired weapons and gear in competitive multiplayer.
Additionally, Bungie revealed that Destiny's first expansion, The Dark Below, will arrive for current-gen and last-gen consoles in December.