One of the components of long-running MMORPGs and MMO-adjacent titles that I find captivating is the development of narrative threads that ground characters in worlds not unlike our own. For me, the narrative weavers at Bungie have covered some incredibly delicate ground with the stories of Destiny 2: Beyond Light. In this article, I want to trace some of the edges of those threads with you.
It looks like Destiny 2 players will be waiting even longer to jump back into its Trials of Osiris mode as Bungie has disabled the mode indefinitely thanks to recent exploits being taken advantage of in the PvP mode.
Bungie wants Destiny 2 players that are gearing up to log in for the release of the Beyond Light and Season of the Hunt launch today, to take note of some information and issues they may encounter, prior to their first login. The daisy chain of tweets depicts some helpful notices that players should heed so that they stay informed and don't run into problems.
Hail, Guardians. Destiny 2's next expansion, Beyond Light, is set to release tomorrow. But before it does, prepare for maintenance.
Bungie issued an update earlier discussing what's going to happen with the content for the Destiny 2 Content Vault.
In a surprising move, Bungie and Microsoft are bringing Destiny 2 to Gamepass. If you are a Gamepass subscriber you will get not only Destiny 2 along with the Shadowkeep and Forsaken DLC, but you will also have access to the upcoming Destiny 2: Beyond Light DLC as well.
According to a recent update from Bungie, Destiny 2's next update Beyond Light will be delayed until November 10th. In a move that is not quite surprising, Bungie released a statement explaining the reasoning behind the delay, which is attributed in large part to the ongoing pandemic.
We dig a bit deeper into the implications for the Destiny universe with the announcement of Beyond Light from the perspective of an active member of the Destiny community.