Bungie has released a ViDoc to go in-depth on the updates and additions to Destiny 2’s most recent expansion, Lightfall, with less than two weeks until its release. ViDoc provides unique insight into Bungie’s design choices that give each of Destiny 2’s expansions a distinctive flavor, even though topics like the new subclasses in Destiny 2 have been heavily explored in the past. In the game, players can gather enough Destiny 2 Silver.
Lightfall is the next major expansion for Destiny 2, in which the conflict between light and dark will escalate to a new level, as the Guardians will directly clash with the power of the Witness. Joining the Witnesses is Calus, the former Cabal Emperor, who will become the Witness’s protégé in Lightfall and lead his Shadow Legion to wage war in the hidden city of Neptune. The cyberpunk-themed city of Neomuna will serve as Lightfall’s main battleground, and players will have to harness the power of the Strand to safely move through the vertical city while taking down dangerous new enemies.
ViDoc, aptly titled “As Light Falls,” focuses primarily on the narrative aspect of the expansion. The developer talked very candidly about how The Witness set out to unravel the secrets of the Light and the Traveler, and how the events of Lightfall will shape the future of Destiny 2, which enters the Final Form expansion next year. Bungie reiterated that Final Form will be the finale to the saga of light and dark in Destiny 2, and the game will enter new realms after it ends. The devs then go on to talk about Strand, and how rumors of a Posiion-based subclass prompted them to find something more unique.
No expense was spared when designing Neomuna’s sleek and aerodynamic architecture, such as creating an arcade-themed Lost Sector and a Pouka Pond containing the elusive fish-like creature that first appeared in the Beyond Light expansion pack. Interestingly, two new characters were introduced in ViDoc named Nimbus and Rohan, a pair of Cloudstriders. Cloudstriders are the elusive defenders of Destiny 2’s Neomuna, so the reveal of this identity will come as a surprise to most players.
Being a Guardian has more to do with knowing the name of the man who guards the Last Cities in Destiny 2’s Season of Defiance than it does with defending Europe’s dead. The management system and, additionally, Guardian ranks are briefly mentioned in the ViDoc. Lightfall will mark a significant change in build crafting in Destiny 2. Players will be able to achieve tasks to advance in ranks and show their proficiency thanks to an upcoming in-game recognition and assessment system. All things considered, Lightfall is looking to be a huge journey for Destiny 2 fans, and thankfully, they won’t have to wait that long. Visit eafifacoins.net for additional game tutorials.