Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Review

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Destiny 2 The Witch Queen

This review will discuss Destiny 2: The Witch Queen expansion. Destiny 2 is a first-person shooter video game. The Witch Queen is a major addition to the game, and it’s sure to add a lot to the already excellent experience. Read on to find out more! Below are some tips to make the most of the game. Have fun! Also, don’t forget to check out our game reviews for Destiny 2: The Witch Queen!

The Witch Queen expansion brings new locations and raids to Destiny 2. The new expansion will focus on the Lucent Hive and Savathun, both of which feature unique supers and subclasses. This expansion will also include the return of the void and weapons crafting. Bungie compared the campaign to Titanfall 2 and DOOM. Players will be challenged to take on new challenges and earn better rewards with Legendary difficulty.

The Witch Queen begins shortly after the events of Season of the Lost. The planet Mars reappears after being stolen by the Darkness more than a year ago. Ikora Rey and Eris Morn are sent to investigate the planet, where they discover artifacts that have been sent by the Pyramids. Meanwhile, Cabal activity is rife on Savathun’s ship. Players must take out the ship of the Cabal to free the Hive.

The Witch Queen takes cues from the high-level content in Destiny 2. Players will find combat to be fast and intense, with the occasional lull between high-level challenges and platforming. It’s also a good pacing system, making extra-long missions pass by quickly. In short, The Witch Queen is a fun expansion for Destiny fans. You’ll be delighted to discover the many new things that this expansion brings to the table.

The campaign mode is solid, but the expansion isn’t the game’s highlight. While the main storyline is solid and engaging, the expansion ends in a new world called Savathun. There are many secrets to uncover, missions to complete, and weapons to unlock. The Witch Queen also introduces a new weapon crafting system, which feels a little gritty in its early days. Bungie has stated that it’ll make adjustments, but for now, The Witch Queen is a solid addition to the game.

The Witch Queen’s action takes place on the Savathun’s Throne World. This extradimensional plane of existence is a dangerous place to be, so be prepared for plenty of danger. The game’s file size is 105 GB, and it’s recommended for all platforms, including PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. It’s a big game, so make sure you have enough space to install it.

The Witch Queen’s story is unparalleled. Bungie has mastered the art of storytelling, and The Witch Queen is no exception. The premise of the game is to kill the evil witch Savathun, an eons-old godlike alien who manipulates his followers through lies and deception. While a lot of the plot is familiar, this new story takes it to another level by introducing more character arcs.

The Witch Queen update revamps the Void subclass. Just like the Stasis, Void subclasses have their unique abilities. Void also offers weapon crafting and Stasis customization. The Witch Queen expansion offers the players the ability to customize their character’s ability to match their style. And with the ability to mix abilities, players will have more variety than ever before. Whether you prefer to be a Hunter, Mage, or Ranger, there’s a subclass to fit your personality.

Savathun, the leader of the Hive, is a necromancer. He follows Sword Logic to ensure power trickles up from the lowest warrior. Once a krill, they’ve evolved into a powerful army. In the meantime, the Worm Gods, the top of the food chain, are slowly losing their grip on the world. As a result, the Hive has a very low priority for human life.

While the Legendary campaign isn’t particularly challenging, it’s a promising sign of Bungie’s ability to think outside of the box. It adds tactical complexity with the Lucent Hive, which is Light-wielding minibosses armed with variations of your power. While you kill them, they respawn, which means you have to use a melee finisher or clear the lower enemies in front of them before attacking.

The Witch Queen’s second mission was also teased. Like Phobos, Mars is likely to be similar to the taken king’s Phobos, with a landing area for Guardians. The planet’s mission board will likely be staffed by both the Caiatl and Guardian NPCs. In addition, players will be able to unlock all 25 seasonal artifact mods as well. However, the 30th Anniversary Content and Dares of Eternity will not be vaulted with The Witch Queen.