When you thought that Destiny 2 is nothing but an overhyped game, then think twice. It might be a game from the past that is fading towards the obscurity, but there’s something new to expect. The latest Season 13, better known as The Season of the Chosen, goes live on screens. So before you say that the new season that kicked off on February 9 is just another gimmick, then you better stick around.
Take some time to browse and explore through our overview of the details of the new season’s contents and roadmap. The Chosen season has many new PVE activities. All latest features like new strikes, exotics, ornaments, and much more. With that said, let’s take a quick peek at some of the best parts of the current season and see if The Season of the Chosen can reel-in new players and bring back previous players into the game.
Destiny 2 Season of the Chosen Notable Details
Before diving into the new elements in Season 13, it is only fair to mention Devil’s Lair and Fallen SABER’s appearance. Unfortunately, Fallen SABER falls into an issue wherein a player getting blocked during the Fallen SABER is high. This issue led to the suspension of both features, which Bungie swiftly addressed in the latest patch. Other than the bug issue in Strikes, the rest seem to be working great and get accolades from the community.
Moving forward, the new season, like its predecessors, features a new narrative that involves the rise of the daughter of Calus and Leader of the Cabal Empress Capital. Unrest looms within the system after the empress fails to establish her ambitious alliance with Zavala. It is now up to the Guardians to extinguish and fan out the empress’s war council’s growing power.
What’s New in Destiny 2 Season of the Chosen?
Season of the Chosen also comes with an impressive collection of loot. It goes along with the return of the Umbral Engrams System that debuted in Season 11. For those not familiar with the term, the Umbral Engrams system allows players to accumulate loot from various sources. In other words, it is more like an efficient way of targeted farming. The new season also brings 25 new weapons.
The seasonal artifact called the bell of conquest, the H.E.L.M, Trials of Osiris, new exotic cosmetics, unlockable modes, and much more.
Destiny 2 Season of the Chosen is an excellent follow-up to 2020’s Season of the Hunt. For the most part, Season 13 is Bungie’s way of saying that 2021 will be huge for Destiny 2.
If Bungie continues with this trend, there is no doubt that Destiny 2 will soon attract new players and returning players as well. Like its predecessor, Destiny 2 has experienced a plethora of challenges over the years. Nevertheless, just like Destiny, the sequel, from the looks of it, is way beyond those challenges. Thus, it’s safe to say that it will be smooth sailing for the game from this month onwards.
To that end, if you are a veteran player or someone who is new with Destiny 2, then this is the perfect time to jump into the game. Explore the new activities (new and old), weapons, battlegrounds, items, and much more packed in the current season. Expect great things coming to Destiny 2, and cross your fingers that Bungie will be consistent in bringing new and fresh content into the game.