Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Expands: Release Date, Trailer and Prices. Also, Savathun News, Leaks and Everything We Know So far
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Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Expands: Release Date, Trailer and Prices. Also, Savathun News, Leaks and Everything We Know So far

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Expands: Release Date, Trailer and Prices. Also, Savathun News, Leaks and Everything We Know So far
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Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Expands: Release Date, Trailer, and Prices. Also, Savathun News, Leaks and Everything We Know So far

Season of the Lost in Destiny 2’s newest season. We’re in for a long wait. The Witch Queen was delayed and will run until February 2022.

The Witch Queen is now available, beginning with Destiny 2 Series 16 and continuing for a year before Destiny 2 Lightfall. We also know

TABLE DES CONTENTS Destiny 2: The Final Shape will be released in 2024. This suggests that Bungie’s loot-shooter MMO will continue to exist for quite some time.

We’ve kept everything relevant in one place to keep things simple. Here’s all you need about Destiny 2:The Witch Queen.

Destiny 2 Witch Queen Release Countdown

Countdown To Destiny 2: Expansion of The Witch Queen

22 days, 07 minutes, 05 seconds, 17 seconds

The Witch Queen Latest News

Given the recent weeks, we could see another Witch Queen teaser in the coming days. In the past two weeks, we’ve seen a teaser every Monday and Thursday. So if Bungie is lucky, they will continue this trend. Keep watching.

Bungie has expanded its reach by revealing some of the upcoming changes to different activities in their “This Week at Bungie” blog post. We now know more about the changes happening with Trials of Osiris and Battlegrounds and Nightfalls and Lost Sectors. While there are some other changes like HDR improvements, the core of the TWAB was the above.

A new Witch Queen Teaser has been added, featuring Mara Sov. Have a look at the video below.

Bungie’s latest “This Week at Bungie” blog post covered everything, from the release date, power caps, changes to rare blue drops, and more. It’s quite a lot of information, so we recommend reading the 1200+ word blog post linked above. We’ve included all the proposed updates to the game on the all Destiny 2 page: The Witch Queen changes, which will be available in Season 16.

There are just a few more weeks before the launch of Witch Queen. Players should expect to receive plenty of information every Thursday through each new ‘This Week At Bungie’ blog post. The Senior Community Manager at Bungie has provided an overview of what further information will be released later in the week, perhaps to set expectations and get ahead of time. It includes:

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  • Blue drops are changed in the pipe
  • Power floors & Raid launch date
  • Gunsmith updates (Spend your gunsmith rugs …)

We are anxiously awaiting the results of these changes, and we can’t wait.

As expected, the first major This week at Bungie blog posting of 2022 brought some significant changes to the game with the publication of Witch Queen in February.

We had so much to do that it was challenging to fit everything into a one-page update. Follow the link below to see the complete breakdown by Bungie.

Bungie Outlines Destiny 2 Season 16 Changes

The TLDR:

  • In the future, you’ll be able to unlock all 25 seasonal mods 25.
  • A fully Masterworked Legendary Armor can be converted to another type of energy at a cost.
  • Orbs of Power are being reworked (although the details are still unclear).
  • The Witch Queen will not vault the 30th Anniversary Content and Dares to Eternity.

Bungie’s latest trailer shows the best yet of Savathun’s Throne World. The trailer is available below. Here’s more information from the trailer description.

Em Data-V-ac158da6, A twisted paradise of corruption and splendor, is Savathun’s Throne World. It holds a delicate balance of terrifying power. All she conceals, from the foundation of her shining palace to the roots deep in the swamp’s swamp, can be found here. Find the truth, and you will discover that mystery lives in this place in both the Darkness and the Light. 

Last week, Bungie did not release a new “This Week at Bungie” blog post, but it will return this week. This was confirmed by @dmg04, the Senior Community Manager of Bungie. We’re sure to get lots of information about Bungie’s plans in the race to launch Witch Queen in February.

You’re not alone if you are still unsure which content will be heading to the Destiny Content Vault with The Witch Queen’s release. Reddit post by u/Spawnling outlines all content that will be vaulted in conjunction with the new expansion.

It’s worth seeing what content you won’t be able to play/use when Witch Queen drops…

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