Bungie confirms you can't trade items with other players in Destiny.

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    You can't trade items with other players in Destiny, Bungie has confirmed.

    Whether Destiny would let you trade items has been a question asked about the first-person shooter for some time.

    Writing on Bungie.net, the developer confirmed it will not be possible to trade items with other players. You can, however, trade items between your various characters.

    There have also been murmurings about Destiny offering another sub-class, but Bungie poured cold water on the idea.

    As Eurogamer reported earlier this year, each of Destiny's three classes - Hunter, Warlock and Titan - have two "focuses", which act as subclasses. For example, the Titan begins the game with the Striker focus. Its super is called Fist of Havoc, which is a high damage melee AOE attack.

    But you can also unlock the tanky Defender focus, which is based around the Void Barrier super (like the Bubble Shield from Halo). Destiny will launch with two focuses per class for a total of six, but you'll have to play through your Guardian's progression to unlock them all.

    Writing on Bungie.net, Dague reiterated this.

    And, finally, Dague confirmed that players will have to go through the Orbit process when travelling from one location to another. "Orbit is an inescapable wonder of space travel," he said. "Enjoy the view."

    Meanwhile, Destiny has gone gold. "Discs are being pressed and packed into crates," Dague said. "Destiny is done, in some respects. Even now, so close to the end, it still feels like we're just getting started."

    Source EuroGamer.
     
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    WTF!! Can't trade items?? So now we have to hunt the item down on the ground so the OP can get it.

    The most stupid move EVER!!

    Developers.
     
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    Sweet. I personally love this. Trading systems in games like this can easily turn it into crap. I'm glad I won't be seeing everyone running around in gear they didn't work for. ;)
     
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    Totally disagree with this concept, if the drop rates are anything like D3's were before patching, I can see the game sizzling off. There is a line between working for the gear and working your life away for the gear, something a lot of games do these days s force you to put a crazy amount of time into farming to get piece of a set.
     
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    As the weapons are on an ID# bases, shouldn't be difficult to mod. >.<
     

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