Eva Levante and the Festival of the Lost are back this year with all of the usual holiday shenanigans: masks, a unique Legendary Auto Rifle, and, new this year, another source of Pinnacle Gear. Not much has changed since last year, but there are a few new things worth talking about. Let’s go over everything you need to know about 2019’s Festival of the Lost.
Destiny 2: Shadowkeep brought several new weapons with its release. You can earn these weapons by gathering and completing their respective essences from activities on the moon, or by killing certain Nightmare Hunt bosses when they’re available for the week. Here’s a look at each weapon, and what I personally consider the best possible roll for them.
At reset, we got access to our first Heavy Exotic Bow, Leviathan’s Breath. This is the first Exotic quest we’ve had in Season of the Undying, and unlike some previous exotic quests, this one is short and sweet. Below, we’ll list the steps needed to get Leviathan’s Breath. If you’d rather watch a video on the quest, check out our video guide here. You can also check out our review of the new exotic here.
A a detailed guide to collecting all of the newly available Shadowkeep weapons from the Lunar Rover collections badge. This will explain the different methods to receive the quests, and describe where to go to complete the steps needed to earn each available weapon.
We thought we knew it all, but then Bungie dropped the ultimate TWAB article in what will likely serve as their final info-dump before the release of Destiny 2’s newest DLC, Shadowkeep on the 1st October. So, where does that leave us? There has been an unprecedented amount information dished out over the past few months, and I’ve done my best to outline key points below that I believe will be useful to remember before we depart for the Moon on Tuesday.
“PASSION AND PARADOX. \ AID THE VISION. \ SIMPLICITY REQUIRES COMPLEXITY. \ RESENT THE JOKE. \ GLIMPSE THE CHASM.” — Last recorded thoughts of Atheon, Time’s Conflux
Gamescom has arrived, and with it comes much anticipated news for Destiny 2. Bungie sent a team to Germany to show off more of what we can expect from Shadowkeep and Season of the Undying. From new trailers to developer interviews, it looks like there is no end to the excitement from the independent studio. Overall, we saw yet another action packed week on the Destiny 2 front.
The Bad Juju has returned with Destiny 2’s latest DLC, The Season of Opulence. This pulse rifle was a personal favorite of mine in Destiny 1 on my Voidwalker Warlock, because it served as a very strong weapon for Guardians in everyday content such as strikes, patrols, and heroic missions.