Destiny 2 may finally leave our solar system next year

Bungie has spent the last ten years exploring the depths of our solar system, but it looks like it’s finally getting ready to move on to something, or better. AROUND, other. At least that seems to be the case The fateit’s the 11th year, that is tentatively titled BOUNDARIES.

In a recent interview with LIPS magazine, which was reprinted vIA GamesRadar+several Bungie developers discussed the future of the game, which is currently in its tenth year and halfway through its first “episode”—a marked break from the game’s seasonal model, though players are currently struggling to recognize what is fundamentally different. While discussing what players should expect from next year, Bungie also tipped its hand a bit, showing what’s coming next. Fate 2including not only new characters and stories, but also seemingly new worlds.

At least, that’s what it looks like to Robbie Stevens, an assistant game director fate 2, is suggesting. When discussing what’s next for the sci-fi/fantasy epic, Stevens revealed:

“A lot of the thinking about Year 11, and how we really start to get into the next journey here after these episodes, we’re going to build on that thinking as well. Because we’ve been doing this linear thing for a while now and we want to get back to expanding our worlds and world building, expanding the universe of The fate in general.”

The emphasis on worlds and world building is key to why Stevens’ statement excites me. IN The fatehis knowledgehumanity experienced a golden age of discovery and exploration before its war against darkness culminating in the war against the Witness in The final form.

The conflict devastated humanity and forced it onto its back foot, meaning that much of the series is spent reclaiming space in the solar system from the forces of Darkness. For the first time in a long time, the Guardians are free to leave and visit new and completely alien worlds.

It’s an exciting prospect that delivers a piece of the fantasy players have had since the beginning The fate. Although they’ve always understood the necessity of keeping the story in our solar system, you can’t reasonably give people a sci-fi game with spaceships and aliens and ask them to never expect to go anywhere other. Taken as a whole, Stevens’s harassment, BOUNDARIES naming and the last scene detailing a character’s dream of exploring outer space with their partner certainly tells us to get away from Sol and see more of the galaxy!!

Considering how much we’ve learned about alien species The fate from its inception, this seems like a foregone conclusion, but it’s exciting to think it’s almost here. Over the years, we have learned LOT about the Hive and their homeworld of the Fundament, and while it sounds like inhospitable hell, imagine seeing that sometime in the future? Caiatl, a Kabal commander who became one of humanity’s greatest allies, often speaks of the former capital of the Kabal Empire, Torobatl, which was destroyed by the Hive war god Xivu Arath. Despite taking out both of her siblings (Savathun and Oryx), Xivu Arath is still at large, and the campaign against her may or may not begin with recapturing Torobatl!

The Eliksni, who were recognized as the Fallen, still need a new home world after the fall of Riis and the failure of Riis-Reborn in Europe. The final form even teases players with glimpses into the original civilization of the Witness, and according to this latest interview, their faction (the Terror) is apparently here to stay. And where exactly do the Vex come from, and what’s the whole deal with them? There are so many big questions that need answers The fate still, and it feels more and more OUR the solar system is running out of solutions to offer. It’s time to get out there.

Fate 2 it’s a notoriously complex and convoluted game, so I’m looking forward to this upcoming soft reset The final form. I’m even more excited about the clear direction it takes and how well it realizes that dream The fate that I had ten years ago.

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