Destiny's PlayStation-Exclusive Content Includes Maps and Ships

PS3 and PS4 owners will get a map, a mission, and more.

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Today, Sony detailed Destiny's PlayStation-exclusive content in a PlayStation Blog post. PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 owners of Destiny will receive a multiplayer map, a Strike mission, three sets of armor, two weapons, and three spacecraft.

The mid-sized multiplayer map is called "Exodus Blue" and is built for Control, Destiny's version of Domination. According to Destiny's developer, Bungie, "the Exodus Blue, a long-dead vessel, once brought hope and humanity to worlds beyond Earth. Here, Guardians challenge one another, forging a new hope and future in the fires of the Crucible."

PlayStation owners will also be able to play through a three-player co-op mission on Mars called "The Dust Palace Strike." According to the blog post, "You'll track a Cabal extraction team through the husks of an ancient human skyscraper, the Dust Palace, buried in the shifting dunes of Mars and face a new enemy, the Psion Flayers."

Three sets of armor and two weapons will be exclusive, as well. In addition to the Monte Carlo assault rifle and Hawkmoon handcannon, Manifold Seeker armor for Warlocks, Vanir armor for Titans, and Argus armor for Hunters will be available.

Finally, PlayStation owners will have exclusive access to three spacecraft: the Aurora Wake, the Crypt Hammer, and the Outrageous Fortune. According to Bungie, the Aurora Wake has "ahull lined with arcane instruments, crafted by a circle of Warlocks – gifting the ship with a preternatural sense for the strange." The Crypt Hammer is "a deep-strike insertion variant, built to carry Guardians safely through contested space." The Outrageous Fortune is "A rugged, versatile explorer for those ready to gamble everything in search of ancient secrets and alien power."

GameSpot editors played a lot of the Destiny alpha and liked their time with it. You can read our impressions of the game here.

Destiny is due out on September 9 on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, and PS3.

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