Destiny: House Of Wolves Story Missions Walkthrough
Destiny House of Wolves
(Last Updated On: February 2, 2017)

Bungie and Activision have released the House of Wolves DLC for Destiny; it’s been promoted quite a bit since the Dark Below was released last year. The DLC features brand new story missions, new content, new weapons, new enemies and new areas to explore. Some gamers have already started playing through the new story missions and offering a walkthrough of their gameplay experience.

Some users have already been streaming their first gameplay experiences with the new DLC, such as YouTuber NoahJ456. He runs through some of the new items, the new ships, the new weapons and some of the new quests. You can check out his two and a half hour walkthrough below.

NoahJ456 is running through the story mode using a level 32 Hunter. The actual gameplay doesn’t start until around the 10:30 mark into the video. He runs through the story missions including fighting the boss around the 2:17:48 mark. It only takes a few minutes to down the boss with a full team.

In the second stream NoahJ456 takes on the Prison of Elders that you can check out below.

Alternatively, you can check out the missions The Hunt for Skolas, Gone to Ground, The Shadow Thief and The Kell of Kells along with the story ending courtesy of Nukem Dukem.

Destiny: House of Wolves

You can also check out some of the Prison of Elders arena gameplay for levels 28, 32, 34 and 35. You can scope out the video below, but it’s a lengthy one. Nearly four hours worth of gameplay footage. If you’re only interested in the Prison of Elders arena gameplay and you’re looking for tips or hints on what gear to bring or how to make it through each of the rounds, that starts at around the 2:42:00 mark.

Destiny: House of Wolves is available right now for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3 and PS4 owners. People who love games with nearly endless grinds and samey gameplay will love Destiny‘s latest DLC. If you’re already tired of the game this new DLC probably won’t win you back over.

I was never much of a fan of Destiny because it felt like a game that was 10 years too old for what’s possible on today’s technology, but to each their own. You can learn more about the game by paying a visit to the official website.


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