In February Destiny 2 will receive items based on Mass
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In February, Destiny 2 will receive items based on Mass Effect and will lose its development director

The developers of the online shooter Destiny 2 from the American studio Bungie continue to keep players busy ahead of the release of The Final Shape add-on: announced new collaboration.

 Image source: Bungie

Image source: Bungie

As it became known, on February 13, The Normandy Crew set with items based on the cult sci-fi role-playing series Mass Effect from BioWare will appear in the Eververse in-game store.

Each of the Destiny 2 classes will receive themed armor: Titans – inspired by N7 (Captain Shepard), Hunters – inspired by Garrus Vakarian, and Warlocks – inspired by the Shadow Broker (Liara T’Soni).

The listed skins as part of the crossover will be paid, and you will no longer have to pay for the themed skins for the Ghost, spaceship and Sparrow from the Alliance Requisitions set.

 The Omni Strike finisher and Dance in Flux emote will be available for purchase with Silver (Image source: WowVendor)

The Omni Strike finisher and Dance in Flux emote will be available for purchase with Silver (Image source: WowVendor)

Along with the presentation of the new crossover, it became known about the launch of a series of weekly “Wishes” quests in Destiny 2 (until March 12) and the traditional “Moments of Triumph” event (until June 3).

In addition, following the announcement, Destiny 2 development head Joe Blackburn announced about his imminent departure from the team towards a new adventure. This will happen in February with the start of internal testing of The Final Shape.

As a result of the November delay, the release of Destiny 2: The Final Shape is not expected until June 4, 2024. Players will have to go to the very heart of the Traveler and put an end to the war of Light and Darkness.

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