Destiny 2 has just dropped the second part of its Lightfall DLC campaign. Deep Season was originally announced in early May. Players can prepare enough Destiny 2 Silver in the game.
Since its release in September 2017, the first-person MMO Destiny 2 has been widely praised as an improvement on its predecessor, despite some disagreements over its reclassified weapons and some new content. It has also emerged as a contender for the game with the most enduring support through downloadable content. This is likely due to the main game's scattered release schedule across multiple platforms (including the now-defunct Stadia), as a way to keep new and veteran players exposed to new weapons, story missions and dungeons to explore.
The official Destiny 2 YouTube channel has released the Deep season launch trailer, showcasing the various features available to access the game through this new update. After the Resistance season campaign, this story is once again conveyed through weekly missions that center on a fireteam traveling to the undersea section of methane on Titan in search of a distress signal, only to discover that the person sending the distress signal is actually communicating on behalf of a vicious-looking sea creature. Various gameplay shots were shown, highlighting several new underwater maps, including one located inside an underwater facility, new costumes, and a variety of light-themed weapons such as longswords and even bows and arrows.
Most notably, this event will include Easter eggs from other franchises that have made their home on PlayStation consoles. characters such as Kratos, Aloy and Jin Sakai will receive themed armor decorations and even a finisher that players can use, while other characters such as the recently resurrected Ratchet and Clank will receive their own emotes to be used in online play. Other Easter eggs will be available on all platforms through the Eververse service. For good measure, a new fishing minigame will even be added, as shown in the final shot of the trailer.
With more DLC content planned for as far out as 2024, it remains to be seen when the Destiny 2 hype train will stop. Seeing how the upcoming pack is named The Final Shape, perhaps the end is in sight. With some recent controversy affecting DLC in Season 18, perhaps Bungie needs to leave the party early to ensure Destiny 2 ends its run on a high note. See 777chips.com for more details on the game guide.