Bungie Provides Exciting Updates for Destiny 2’s Future
In a recent “State of the Game” post, Bungie has unveiled some thrilling news for all Destiny 2 enthusiasts. The post serves as a preview for the upcoming Destiny 2 Showcase and The Final Shape expansion, outlining the changes that players can expect over the next year.
One of the exciting additions in Season 22, which begins on August 22nd, is the introduction of three new Strand Aspects for each class. This will offer players more options and versatility when it comes to customizing their characters. Additionally, a new ritual armor set will be introduced in The Final Shape expansion, allowing players to further personalize their guardian’s appearance.
To enhance the gameplay experience, Bungie has listened to player feedback and made some much-awaited improvements. Players will now have the ability to favorite up to 100 shaders, ornaments, and emotes, making it easier to manage and access their preferred customization options. Moreover, obtaining Stasis Aspects and Fragments will be made more convenient in Season 22.
In terms of weapons, The Final Shape expansion will bring forth new subfamilies for existing weapon types, adding even more diversity to players’ arsenals. Additionally, The Final Shape promises to offer a satisfying conclusion to the epic Light and Darkness Saga’s storyline, leaving players eager to experience the culmination of this engaging narrative.
While Season 22 brings forth numerous updates, there will be no increase in the power cap. However, players can look forward to an enhanced progression system in The Final Shape, which aims to reduce any friction experienced when playing with new friends.
For PvP enthusiasts, Destiny 2 will introduce two new modes in Crucible Labs. Checkmate and Relic are bound to provide fresh and thrilling experiences for competitive players. Furthermore, the popular Cathedral of Scars map from Destiny 2: Forsaken will make its return in Season 23, offering nostalgic moments for long-time players.
Trials of Osiris, the intense PvP mode, will receive a new bear-themed armor set in Season 22, allowing players to showcase their prowess in style. In addition, Vanguard Medals will become a permanent feature in Season 22, providing lasting rewards for players who take on challenging Vanguard activities.
Bungie also addressed concerns surrounding cheating and stability issues in the game, reiterating their commitment to maintaining a fair and stable gaming environment.
With all these exciting changes on the horizon, Destiny 2 fans have plenty to look forward to. Bungie continues to demonstrate their dedication to providing an immersive and enjoyable experience for players, ensuring that the Destiny 2 universe remains captivating and ever-evolving.