With the apocalypse of the pandemic throughout the globe Destiny games is making their contribution towards the battle against the virus. 2 events are seen upcoming in the future of Destiny 2. The major catastrophes will be on the horizon making it strangely different for the classes to compete.
The Guardian Games are live now and the event I scheduled from April 21 to May 12. Bungie has declared Guardian Games, a free occasion for all Destiny 2 players that sets each class in opposition to each other to see who ends up as the winner, and it commences today following the arrival of update 2.8.1. In front of that, booked support will bring servers down for a short time; when they’re back, you’ll have the option to bounce into the occasion.
The debut Destiny 2 Guardian Games goes on for three weeks, with a changeless token of the triumphant class being added to the Tower for the remainder of the year. There will be a progression of day by day class difficulties to finish, where each point you gain will be added to a scoreboard for Hunters, Warlocks, and Titans. Since there are a larger number of Hunters than the other two classes, the scoring framework is weighted to maintain them from having a favorable position.
It is just a side event with no complex consequences related to the game’s story of Destiny 2. Although the game has been having a hard time lately but the concept is interesting. It also gives the players to lay their hands on the exotic machine gun trimming with its golden fillings. Along with some new stock and ships and sparrows, a weekly exotic ghost addition tops it off.
It all sounds good but it is not what the players need. There is an unfair advantage given to the hunters in the game which helps them when it comes to medals and weighing the scores. Also some of the bounties are busted, with the counter being stuck it seems like they were not tested earlier. With all the stuff in the Everstore and pointless Warmind cells, overall the event is in a rough spot.