The world of Bungie Shooter-MMO Destiny has evolved significantly since it first landed in 2014. The seasonal models of the game that debuted with those of 2019 Shadowkeep expansion have featured their own mini-stories that have made the original black and white narrative with which the game was released more complicated. While previous seasons focused on turning old foes into allies or setting the stage for the inevitable confrontation with the forces of Darkness, the current “Season of the Lost” is setting its sights on the Guardians themselves.
Talking with AxiosBungie writer Nikkos Stephens talked about how strange it is that Guardians don’t remember who they are when the Traveler resurrected them, that giant divine ball that gives Guardians their space magic. “Actually, there is a certain level of law that the Guardians do not reveal the past of others or go looking for them … there are also many characters who directly tell others not to say anything.” While, on some level, it can be liberating that your past doesn’t define you while shooting space turtles with a cosmic beam, it makes things decidedly more complicated when someone searches for their old life.
That same interview talks about how the narrative theme of “Lost” is losing trust in your family, which is appropriate since two of the supporting characters are Mara Sov, Queen of the Awoken, and her brother Uldren. Uldren became the antagonist of 2018 Abandoned and the Guardian (your character) personally shot him in the head, then resurrected as the Raven. While NPCs have wondered if they can blame the actions of a man who has effectively been dead for three years, Crow just found out about his previous life at an in-game event this week thanks to Savathun, next year’s antagonist. Witch queen expansion that has made clear since the season began, in which players and characters communicate with her in a crystalline and frozen way as part of an uneasy alliance, which will eventually be a problem.
Not that it was a secret, as the expansion’s title was revealed more than a year ago. In addition, the trailer because the expansion shows that he has found a way to give your cosmic powers to the hive, who are very happy to use them against you. Despite that, it has worked in the game’s favor, as it summons the Guardians to chat every week. “We knew we wanted the players to spend time with her and make sure they had a very clear idea of who she was,” said narrative director Julia Nardin. GamesRadar. And that continuing relationship, he hopes, will make things difficult when it is time to confront Savathun: “There is division in the community over Savathun, I wanted to! We want players to enter the expansion with mixed feelings and not feel 100% sure that what they are doing is the right thing to do. ”Despite the frequency with which he refers to the Guardians as his“ friend ”, it is clear that Savathun is a queen of deception and enjoys fucking everyone while she is a giant paperweight. “All these characters who think they are moving forward because of their own motivations are somewhat influenced by the Witch Queen,” said writer Stephens hauntingly. .
Destiny 2: The Witch Queen releases on February 22, 2022.
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