The Destiny beta is over, but that doesn't mean we've stopped learning about Bungie's shared-worlds shooter.
Destiny isn't finished, but the beta client has been data-mined by the clever folk behind DestinyDB revealing the current shape of the game.
Although the information is almost certain to change before launch, at present data found in the beta client indicates the full release will have 32 story missions and 23 strikes (co-op raids).
The data also revealed a number of other activities, with the grand total coming in at 148 in total.
The owner of Destiny DB got in touch to help clarify this information:
"There are 23 known story missions, 8 unknown and 1 mission are the credits. For the strike there are 5 nightfall missions, 6 normal missions, 4 vanguard missions and the rest are duplicate. I have a feeling that the nightfall missions are the regular missions during the night although I can't confirm this at all," he wrote.
What does seem clear is that there's quite a lot of content in the build from which the beta client was spun, and that's probably going to increase for the final game - and that's before Bungie's promised expansions.
What won't be in the finished game is more Earth content, apparently. In a Twitch-archived multiplayer session with 2old2play, Bungie community manager David Dague (Deej) confirmed each planet (or moon, or whatever; Bungie calls them "destinations", which is cute) would have only one "Explore" mission - the free-roaming option.
That suggests there won't be any extra environments to experience on Earth outside the Cosmodrome. Dague explained that Bungie had to start the game on the Cosmodrome because it's where humanity's golden age began, as everyone rushed to reach space.
Dague went on to say that Bungie has revealed every destination for the final build - so Earth, the Moon, Venus and Mars - but hinted that expansions will take humanity outside the solar system once more.
Now that the beta is over, we can't play Destiny again until it launches in September on PlayStation 3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. If you need me I'll be in my room. Crying.
Update: Bungie has commented in response to these matters, saying Destiny has months of compelling content.