In February, Destiny 2: Meet the Evil Queen would be published.
Destiny 2: The Witch Queen will be released on February 22nd, and it will include a lot of new content.
On Tuesday, Bungie held a Livestream to give Destiny 2 players a sneak peek at The Witch Queen expansion. The game’s long-arcing narrative
continues with Guardians facing up against Savathûn, a Hive deity who has been orchestrating parts of the game’s events from its inception.
Savathûn’s Throne World, which is made up of pocket worlds populated by Hive Guardians, will be fought by players. The Glaive,
Destiny’s first melee weapon is a new energy weapon that can only be made utilizing the new crafting system that comes with the
expansion to aid in the battle.
A campaign at Legendary difficulty, which is also available in The Witch Queen, is available for those who desire a challenge. Enemies
will strike harder, and mission respawns will be restricted. As a result, Legendary offers better prizes for finishing tasks.
Bungie began Season of the Lost in Destiny 2 in the run-up to the release of The Witch Queen. More material will bridge the gap in
this prologue until the following expansion. It will begin on Tuesday and end on February 22, when The Witch Queen will be released.
Bungie also included crossplay, allowing players to collaborate across platforms.
There’s still more Destiny 2 stuff to come. In December, Bungie will mark its 30th year in business. Not only will new events and
dungeons are added, but the Gjallarhorn, the game’s most famous weapon from the original Destiny, will also be brought back.
Starting Tuesday, preorders for Destiny 2: The Witch Queen will be available for $39.99. PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series
consoles will be able to play the expansion.