I heard that the developers of Destiny put like $ 11 milliard into this Game. It seems quiet nice and the graphics are good. But I fear to start this game because it won't prove my expectations and the young community will still be in its "infant" stage. Also I think like many new games, donaters will rule and that ruins all the fun. I understand they want to earn extra cash but in the long-term it is a bad strategy. I don't want to compare Warframe to Destiny but I believe that it will disappoint me. I don't know how to feel towards this game :/
It all depends on how you feel. To me, it is well worth the price tag. I'm not sure what you mean about donaters, but they provide new free content almost every week. Maybe rent it and see if you like it?
Fan Theory! I have learned that in a grimoire card it is revealed that the warmind Rasputin refers to the Traveler as Isis. In ancient Egyptian mythology Isis is the wife of the god of the afterlife known as Osiris. Osiris is the name a powerful warlock that, from all indications died before the events of the game. This could indicate that Osiris had some special connection to the Traveler. In Egyptian mythology, the god Set slays Osiris out of jealousy because he is married to Isis. Set could be figured to be the Darkness that chases after the Traveler. When Osiris dies and Set takes the throne, Isis gives birth to Horus (the guardians) and raises him with the aid of lesser gods (perhaps the ghosts). Horus then goes to defeat Set (the guardians defeat the Darkness) and Isis goes to search for the dead Osiris to bring him back to life. Beyond that, I got nothing. I believe this is a possible plot for the game series. (REMEMBER! FAN THEORY!)
After some time thinking about I think we will find out much sooner. This could get a bit drawn-out so bear with me.
First thing I should say is that I don't think the plot will coincide with the actual mythology. I can say that the god Set may not necessarily be the Darkness, but rather one of it's most powerful champions. I can also say that I think we will most likely be able to kick this champions ass within the next few months. If you haven't guessed already then I'll say it outright. I'm talking about the "The Darkness Below" dlc, and I think we can expect to see four things happen in it.
One: If you've played a decent portion into Destiny's story you will have heard of the warlock Osiris. Osiris seems to be respected by Ikora Rey, the warlock vanguard, and was in all likelihood absolutely paranoid about the Hive and their presence on and in the Moon (which should be called Luna in my opinion). Thing is, according to (if I recall correctly) a grimoire card that can be acquired in the game, Osiris may not be dead. As a matter of fact he may still be alive either on the Moon or in the Cosmodrome (you'll soon understand why I say this). So it is indeed possible that we may meet Osiris in the "The Darkness Below" dlc.
Two: In the dlc, as a result of possibility number one, a fourth faction my be revealed in the tower. This faction would most likely play a crucial role in the dlc's story. Why I say this is because after watching a certain video made by youtuber MoreConsole concerning factions, I realized that two factions listed are missing from the game. One of them has the symbol of an eye, which may be a reference to the Eye of Horus, son of Osiris and Isis, which as I mentioned above, is Rasputin's codename for the Traveler. So this faction may actually be basing itself off of mythology, and it's philosophy could involve "the defeat of the god Set" who may be the Hive, or their leader. This faction would most likely be lead by Osiris, who probably disappeared because he was studying the Hive's efforts to summon Crota or Oryx.
Three: During my exploration of the Cosmodrome I discovered a room beneath the forgotten shore. In this room was a bunker door guarded by three level 18 Hive knight majors/ultras called the Celebrants of Oryx. The name of the bunker was Bunker RAS-2. You can probably guess where I'm going with this. The prefix RAS in the name suggests that inside the bunker could by Rasputin's central AI core, or something of that nature. The bunker door is closed and next to it is a control console, meaning the door is in all likelihood going to be opened at some point, and the fact that it's guarded by the Celebrants of Oryx shows the Hive is interested in what is inside. Perhaps they think Rasputin is a threat too large to be ignored, and that he should be destroyed. Therefore, Rasputin may play a critical role in the dlc.
Four: The first three possiblities point to one undeniable conclusion. The Hive are doing something serious in the dlc, and Osiris knows. Rasputin may also know, and is a threat. And an entire guardian faction is devoted to stopping their plan. Thus I believe that the final boss in the "The Darkness Below" dlc is...
Oryx. I believe that the Hive's objective is to summon Oryx, the Hive's god-king. Oryx, and by extent the Hive itself, is Set, who desires to destroy Isis, a.k.a. the Traveler, as it is the Hive's ultimate goal to destroy all light in the universe. Rasputin's primary objective is to protect the Traveler. Osiris will send you to the bunker to ally with Rasputin, and he will help defend the City and the Traveler against Oryx. The faction's primary role is to introduce new patrol missions in the dlc. New faction gear will be available. Maybe a new Crucible mode will be available that will be similar to a horde mode (maybe). Lastly you will be able to kick Oryx's bony ass, and that is something I will be looking forward to.