At the end of Destiny 2’s Season of the Worthy, Bungie gave players a scene with the game’s first live event. AAt the launch of Beyond Light approaches, the developer looks set to end the current season with a different in-game experience for players to enjoy.
The Destiny franchise has evolved in many ways since the release of Destiny 1 in 2014. During the lifetime of Destiny 2, developer Bungie has been looking for new ways to provide players with the experience. Interesting and interesting in the game.
In year 3, Bungie reached new heights of player engagement with the game’s first live event. On June 6, the Guardians loaded into the Tower watched Rasputin shoot down the Almighty and thwart Cabal̵7;s plot to destroy the last City.
As the Season approaches its end, Bungie is looking to provide players with a different in-game experience ahead of the launch of Beyond Light.
Destiny 2 game director confirmed the live event
While the in-game event was finally heavily advertised in Season of the Worthy through public events, posts from Bungie, and the omnipotent tracker reaching the Last City, the developer has sealed off. more on the schedule for this season’s event.
Despite the lack of a build, Destiny 2’s game director Luke Smith confirmed in a tweet that players should expect an event to end the game’s current season.
“Is there a season-end event?”
We have a little event to close the coming Season. We wanted it to be a surprise but an email accidentally mentioned it! Nothing too crazy, just take a moment to relax in the Tower before the Light goes out.
See you soon.
– Luke Smith ❄️🥶❄️ (@thislukesmith) November 6, 2020
Smith tells the player that the event is going to be small, saying “Nothing is too crazy, just a moment to relax in the Tower before the lights go out.” While not an official confirmation, it looks like the live event will not be on the same scale as Rasputin’s showdown with the Almighty in Season of the Worthy.
Live events: when and where
While the game director’s tweet didn’t include any specific dates or times for the event, some clues can be found from Bungie’s latest TWAB (This Week at Bungie) post.
The developer confirmed that on November 9 at 4 p.m. PST, players will be disqualified from the game and asked to download the update before logging in again. At 6:50 p.m. PST, players will no longer be able to log into Destiny 2 and will not be able to return to the game until 9am PST on November 10, with the launch of Beyond Light.
Players have speculated that a minor update made on the afternoon of November 9 will prepare the game for the second live event, which takes place around 4-7 p.m. PST.
Any guardians interested in the end of Next Season’s live stream will be in the Mid Tower 4: 00-7: 00 PM PST (7:00-10:00 PM EST) on November 9. Destiny 2’s new expansion Beyond Light and Season of the Hunt is slated for release the following day, November 10.