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Gamescom has arrived, and with it comes much anticipated news for Destiny 2. Bungie sent a team to Germany to show off more of what we can expect from Shadowkeep and Season of the Undying. From new trailers to developer interviews, it looks like there is no end to the excitement from the independent studio. Overall, we saw yet another action packed week on the Destiny 2 front. Two different trailers were released which hadn’t previously been seen. The first showcased more of the Moon location and some of the enemies returning from Destiny 1. Old favorite Omnigul was shown

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The Bad Juju has returned with Destiny 2’s latest DLC, The Season of Opulence. This pulse rifle was a personal favorite of mine in Destiny 1 on my Voidwalker Warlock, because it served as a very strong weapon for Guardians in everyday content such as strikes, patrols, and heroic missions. This exotic’s intrinsic perk is String of Curses; Kills refill the magazine, increase damage for a short duration, and grant Super energy based on the strength of String of Curses. It also fires full-auto. This perk synergizes very well with several subclasses and their respective exotic armor pieces to help

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Destiny 2’s annual Solstice of Heroes in-game event is back! With it, we’ve received the new European Aerial Zone (EAZ) playlist, an empowered elemental mechanic for players, and another set of Solstice Armor to grind. Visit Eva in the Tower You begin this in-game event by visiting Eva Levante in the Tower to collect your first piece of Solstice armor. The first thing you’ll want to do is equip this green helmet armor and complete a run of the newly unlocked EAZ. After doing so, you’ll visit Eva again to purchase Solstice bounties. There are five new bounties with each

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Shadowkeep, the upcoming expansion for Destiny 2, was supposed to launch on September 17th. That is no longer the case. The new release date for the DLC is on October 1st. The same goes for New Light, the free to play version of the game. But why? Why did it all happen? Why must we suffer so? Bungie offers some explanations in their latest blog post.

Destiny 2 Shadowkeep Pushed Back to October 1st

According to the post, they feel like both would benefit from “from a bit more time in the oven”. See, that’s the kind of thing you can do when you’re a tiny indie company like Bungie. However, they didn’t make the decision lightly – not because it’s unwise to make such business decisions lightly, but because of how it would affect you, the player. Yes, you. Bungie cares. They know some of you plan on taking leave from work or school in order to play the new DLC, and they wanted to let you know as early as possible, so you can postpone that bout of cold for another two weeks.

There’s some new info about other stuff in the post as well – not all

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