Destiny 2 shows off the world of Savathûn’s throne with the sorceress showing off her power

Savathûn, the Witch Queen, is coming. In a new preview for Fate 2‘S upcoming expansion, we get a good look at the new environment and how Savathûn demonstrates her power and her danger to all who choose to challenge and confront her. Get ready to face her and her forces in Fate 2. In the video, titled Savathûn’s Throne World, we’re introduced to the brand new destination and get an insight into the moody, swampy and throne room setting as well as a good look at the new enemies .

This is a good first look at both the Sorceress Queen herself and the kind of threat you’ll face as a Guardian. Her forces, Lucient Brood, are enemies of the Hive backed by the dark side of the Light, which makes the Guardians special. But the Light here is more of a threat than a blessing, and that’s something to deal with. You probably shouldn’t underestimate them or the upcoming challenge. The queen threatens and she’ll try to stop you from going any further, but in the new expansion you’ll have to learn more about her and unlock some secrets. Maybe one of those details will be the key to defeating her?

In addition to the new area and new threats, the expansion will feature Fate 2First weapon crafting feature and chance to get a new weapon, Glaive. This

Bungie’s the 30th anniversary is happening currently happening and should happy to pay before the release of the expansion. There will also be a conclusion for Season of the Lost, which will link directly to Witch Queen, as Savathûn is about to be freed during the events of the season. This is of course where Bungie hopes you’ll be ready for a new challenge.

Witch Queen will launch on February 22nd. For more, go Fate 2. Destiny 2 shows off the world of Savathûn’s throne with the sorceress showing off her power


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