The online-only multiplayer first-person shooter video game, Destiny, is not highly praised among its community. The fans of the game don’t find to much joy in playing this video game. However, the rumor has it that a silver lining is coming up in the game! Should we get our hopes up? Read below to find out more details about the plans concerning Destiny.
About Destiny 2 DLC
A possible new silver lining sounds very good. The reason why we believe this is because of the leak circulating the internet about Destiny 2’s fall DLC. However, maybe we shouldn’t get too excited. It seems way too good to be true.
The leak revealed that the hame would get a Forsaken style expansion. This expansion would be added in the Destiny video game at some point later in the year, according to 4Chan. However, not any leak turns out to be true. Please note that this is not an official confirmation.
Why are we a bit skeptical about this possible truth? It sounds way too convenient. It means that the upcoming presumed silver lining will sort out one of the biggest issues people have about this game. The leak also lefts out the common knowledge regarding the facts about Bungie at the moment. Players have noticed that the game feels dull. The reason behind this is because developers are busy working on Destiny 2 at the moment. Developers are preparing a huge DLC called Collapse.
What does the upcoming DLC imply?
The assumed Collapse is mainly focusing on the arrival of the Darkness, which are mysterious Triangle spaceships. Their presence is not new to the game, but developers will introduce a new enemy kind named The Veil.
The Destiny 2 DLC game will see a new subclass that will feature Darkness abilities, and Calus, Mara Sov, and Eris Morn will all have an important role in the narrative. Fans are excited about this news, but are they real? Are we happy about complete fiction? The above information might be true, but it seems very unlikely. Here’s why: because of the $100 million investment from NetEase, an important development for Bungie. There is also a trademark called Matter.
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