Bungie has, in the past, hinted at feeling inspired by the live events that occur in Fortnite and have mentioned that is something they would like to bring to their free-to-play first-person shooter game, Destiny 2.
The result of this inspiration is going to happen at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET on Saturday, June 6, when it would appear that the Almighty, the massive Cabal spacecraft, will finally be finishing its journey and smashing into the Tower, Destiny 2’s shared hub space for players.
Those same players have spent the last season powering up Rasputing, a powerful Artificial Intelligence known as a Warmind. It is up to a pile of old circuitry to put a stop to the Almighty, using all the Seraph Tower weapons that the player base has spent so long charging up. There had been some general confusion, as the story moving forward in Destiny 2 is normally tied to the weekly reset, which happens on Tuesdays, and this season is rapidly coming to an end with the last reset already behind us.
Things are a little mysterious, but the current rumor is that you will want to be logged into the game, and in the Tower, at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET tomorrow to see what is going to happen. Now, we have no idea how this is going to play out. I am unsure if Destiny 2 can support live events in the same way that Fortnite can, and I couldn’t even hazard a guess as to what Bungie would need to do to have something like that play out in the game.
Frankly, it has been an odd, uninspiring season for Destiny 2, so ending with a bang is a very good idea if Bungie can pull it off.