Developer Bungie detailed our expectations for Season 13.
Bungie has confirmed that the crossover game will appear in its online sci-fi shooter Destiny 2 next year.
In an update on the studio’s website by Joe Blackburn, assistant game director of Destiny 2, the developer revealed that the crossover game is expected to launch in 2021. There is no news about what Bunge has planned for this feature, that is, whether all players will be together, but we will know more next year.
In just a few months, Bungie will launch the 13th season of Dest iny 2. To this end, the studio will introduce distributed denial of service (DDOS) protection for players on the console.
As part of this wave of content, two new strikes will be launched-the fallen SABRE and the devil’s lair. At the same time, the legendary lost sector and the master’s lost sector rotation will be extended to include the lost fan of the moon. Area. Oh, strike, six new legendary weapons have been added to Gambit and the Crucible.
Transmog will be launched in season 14, Bungie promised to provide more details in the near future, and the “Glass Dome” raid plan will be launched next year.
Bungie also launched the optimization of Destiny 2 on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X today.
Prior to this, Bungie purchased the distribution rights of Destiny from Activision Blizzard in early 2019. The company brought the title to Steam at the end of the year.
Marty O’Donnell, former Bungie board member and composer, said the deal with Activision was “really bad.”