Destiny 2 players have been waiting for his giant magic alien ball to finally do something for years. Bungie rewarded nearly a decade of patience and passion for its bizarre sci-fi epic on Thursday with a new fall of light trailer which shows the Traveler doing something: literally shooting his load.
Revealed when Sony’s Latest State of Playnext week’s expansion launch trailer previewed big chunks of what will likely be fall of lightopening cinematic. In setting up the conflict, we see the characters’ ships being blown up by black pyramids as they attempt to defend the Traveler. Then the traveler becomes Super Saiyan and melts down some enemy ships with a Kamehameha. It’s happening!
If you played Fate at any time since its launch in 2014, you know what a big moment it is. Otherwise, I’ll try to explain as quickly and painlessly as possible. Fate takes place in a post-apocalyptic future where a massive orb from another solar system called the Traveler hovers above the Earth’s surface revive dead people and turn them into space cops.
Players have served the orb for years now, playing the same missions over and over in hopes of better understanding its power and intentions as dark forces from elsewhere in the galaxy attempt to invade and steal the power. of the Traveler for themselves or to destroy it. It’s a lot of work. And finally, finally, the Traveler unleashes and launches.
OK, that’s not quite right. At the beginning of Destiny 2, the Traveler is well disturbed. Seasons later, he healed himself. And earlier this month he left the surface reach earth orbit. And now, all cleaned up and fashionably late, it’s midnight and the Traveler is ready to join the party. I can’t wait to find out if it’s secretly evil or not.