Destiny 2 developers get ready for their upcoming Weekly Reset, and once with it, we’re going to prepare for the 2019 Festival of the Lost on PS4 and Xbox One. The Weekly Reset will be launched this week on Tuesday, October 29, on Steam, too. The event will bring brand-new challenges, and some loot to the game, worth for every platform. Players might also expect some new content to download, such as a smaller patch.
More exciting news involves a return of the Haunted Forest or the Tower is hugely expected. Guardians will also enjoy the appearance of a new dungeon, and a new quest, too. Developers said, “…a renewed dedication to decorations. Candles, lights, cobwebs, and pumpkins adorn every nook and cranny of the Tower to ensure spirits will be raised.” Moreover, Bungie added, “After acquiring the fully Masterworked 950 Power weapon, create your monster with random rolls.” Destiny 2: New Light is right now available to play on PS4, Xbox One, and Steam.
Destiny 2 So Far
Destiny 2 is a well-known and appreciated online-only multiplayer shooter video game, developed by Bungie and published by Activision. The game was available on September 6, 2017, and PS4 and Xbox players got their hands on it. Google Stadia had also welcomed the game later in 2019. Due to its improvements and new features, the game received a lot of attention and praise.
Destiny 2 introduced once again players into a mythic SF world, featuring a multiplayer shared world area with some items of role-playing games. Moreover, the game’s activities are made to be player vs. environment or player vs. another player game category.
Players get to explore the role of a Guardian and try to protect Earth’s last city. The game comes with three expansions and an annual pass, which contains three premium contents for Year Two.