Fate 2, which will turn off the dungeon gate in the near future Witch Queen expansion unless you purchase the premium version, also will not allow access to most content of the Bungie 30th Anniversary event.
The Bungie 30th Anniversary event won’t be a typical seasonal event, but rather a $25 DLC. For free, you can play the newly made 6-player mode Dares of Eternity, but everything else in the event will cost you money. Free seasonal events in Fate 2 the game is usually accessible to new players. But this will work like an expansion pack. DLC doesn’t count as seasonal content, so when it comes out on December 7th when you buy it for a platform, even if you have turn on crossplay, you won’t be able to play it on any other platformunless you buy back, Bungie confirmed this week.
In the DLC, you’ll get a new dungeon inspired by Cosmodrome’s loot caves from Life 1. You’ll be able to get a new set of Thorn armor and hunt for relics. There will also be a quest to unlock the Gjallarhorn rocket launcher and use it in the new dungeon. There are also other weapons representing 30 years of Bungie and of course, Destiny. There’s a new decor set and a 30th anniversary streetwear-inspired set.
However, it seems that if someone is expecting a 30th Anniversary announcement is a seasonal event or a special event for players to join, that it’s a $25 DLC that you can’t play on other platforms, might make some people hesitant. While this means the event will be less restrictive than seasonal events that end and sometimes return, players do not think the investment this time around is worth it.
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