Destiny 2: The Witch Queen – Things You Should Know About
Destiny 2: The Witch Queen will be released on February 22, 2022, and we've summarized everything that matters for the start of the new adventure: Void 3.0, throne world, deep vision, raid start, legendary quests, exos and more!
We’ve summarized the most important information about what’s new in Destiny 2: The Witch Queen and what’s changed for its players below.
About The Witch Queen
- New weapon type: Glaive can be used in close and long range combat, as well as for defensive purposes.
- Weapon Crafting: Creates weapons and sets their mods, shaders, and stats
- Throne World: Journey to this mysterious pocket universe where nothing is as it seems
- Luminous Birth: Hive opponents have abilities like the Guardians of the Throne World, also called the Hive Guardians, and are therefore particularly dangerous.
- New 6-player matchmaking event, a pyramid ship raid, strikes and more + a remastered Destiny 1 raid.
- Void 3.0: Fragments and Aspects for all Void foci allow them to be further customized to suit your playstyle.
- Legendary challenge for The Witch Queen’s campaign quests
- The deep view lets you discover the secrets of the throne world on Mars and in the armory.
- New Exos for each class
Savathûn’s throne world
Thanks to the gameplay trailer for The Witch-Queen, you can already get a first glimpse of Savathûn’s throne world, a sort of pocket universe on its own plane of existence. An ominous world awaits you, which is visually reminiscent of Destiny 1’s Venus and is characterized by a swamp landscape.
Buried in this inhospitable wilderness is a gigantic Pyramidion, but you can also expect Hive-typical structures that you may already be familiar with from the Shadow Fortress on the Moon. In any case, it should be noted that nothing is as it seems in this place – and that the throne world is at least as creepy as the dreadnought of Oryx.
You can go to the Dlc’s Steam page here.