Bungie will have fun its 30th anniversary by including a number of basic weapons to Destiny 2 later this yr. Most notably, Gjallarhorn, Destiny’s famous rocket launcher, will lastly come to Destiny 2.
Tuesday’s Destiny Showcase gave gamers their first actual take a look at The Witch Queen growth, Season of the Lost, and a number of different thrilling adjustments coming to Destiny 2 over the subsequent yr. Players anticipated these bulletins, as they’re much like what Bungie confirmed off throughout its 2020 livestream. But Bungie’s 30th anniversary occasion doubtless got here as a shock to those that haven’t been listening to Destiny rumors over the previous few months.
Players will be capable to dive into Destiny 2 and choose up a few of the sequence’ most beloved weapons, like the Eyasluna handcannon. Even the sword from Bungie’s Myth. The December “party” goes to be a free occasion, however participant may buy an anniversary pack that features a new Dungeon set in the authentic Destiny’s “loot cave,” in addition to the Gjallarhorn itself.
Coming this December to Destiny 2: the Bungie 30th Anniversary Pack.
New pirate-themed Dungeon
Thorn-inspired Armor Set
Bungie-themed ornaments and cosmetics
Claymore Sword from Myth
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Gjallarhorn was the Exotic in Destiny, and sometimes was the key for getting gamers into sure raid teams. Its Exotic perk, Wolfpack Rounds, precipitated the rocket to blow up right into a storm of smaller rockets, which then sought out a brand new goal. It’s how Guardians took down Atheon, Crota, and extra massive baddies in the authentic recreation. With it lastly coming to the sequel, Bungie is promising a model of the weapon that ought to reside as much as the expectation.
Oh, and Bungie can also be launching a Nerf model of the iconic rocket launcher, so gamers can pelt their real-world adversaries with foam darts.
The studio will supply a extra concrete take a look at the upcoming content material later this yr.