After last month’s Inferno Control, it’s now time for some hardcore team deathmatch.
Inferno mode has returned to Bungie’s Destiny with the recent weekly refresh. Last month saw the release of Inferno Control in which players had to capture different zones and score kills to accrue points.
Clash is more akin to Team Deathmatch but Inferno Clash further mixes it up by removing the in-game radar. You can also only score points with kills as assists and other actions won’t contribute to your point total. There will also be limited heavy ammo drops for players compared to normal clash.
Inferno Clash will encompass the usual array of maps with The Anomaly, Twilight Gap, Rusted Lands, Firebase Delphi, Blind Watch, Asylum, The Burning Shrine and Shores of Time available. The Dark Below expansion pack owners will be able to access The Cauldron and Pantheon as well.
Destiny’s next expansion, House of Wolves, is expected to arrive Q2 2015 with update 1.1.2 to drop in April. Stay tuned for more information in the coming month.