The Witch Queen is the second expansion for the popular online shooter Destiny 2. It introduces a new story campaign, new locations, new enemies, and new weapons and armor. The expansion also raises the level cap and introduces a new game mode called Gambit.
The Witch Queen: Destiny 2’s Next Big Expansion
The Witch Queen is Destiny 2’s next big expansion, and it’s coming this fall. The expansion will bring a new story, new destinations, new modes, and new rewards to the game.
We don’t know much about The Witch Queen yet, but we do know that it will focus on the Fallen, who were first introduced in the original Destiny. The Fallen are a race of space pirates who are struggling to survive after their home world was destroy. They’re ruthless and cunning, and they’ll stop at nothing to get what they want.
The Queen will also introduce a new type of enemy called the Hive. The Hive are a race of aliens who live in the Darkness, and they’re sworn enemies of the Guardians. The Hive known for their brutality, and they’ll be a formidable foe in The Queen.
The Witch Queen will also bring new rewards to Destiny 2. These rewards will include new weapons, armor, and gear. There will also be new Triumphs and achievements to earn, and new cosmetics to collect.
The Witch Queen: A Closer Look
The Queen is the main antagonist of Destiny 2. She is the leader of the Fallen House of Devils and the architect of the SIVA Crisis.
The Witch Queen was born on the planet of Aurnion, in the system of Sol. She and her twin sister, the Queen of the Awoken, were the only survivors of a great disaster that destroyed their homeworld. The Queen and her sister were take in by the Cabal, who raised them as their own. The Queen rose through the ranks of the Cabal, eventually becoming the Empress of the Cabal Empire.
She is responsible for the deaths of billions of people, and has waged war against the Guardians of the Last City for centuries. She is fiercely protective of her people, and will do whatever it takes to ensure their safety.
The Queen a powerful Fallen sorceress. She is able to control the minds of her enemies, and can summon forth powerful demons to do her bidding. She is also a skilled hand-to-hand combatant, and armed with a powerful energy sword.
The Queen is a dangerous and powerful foe. The Guardians of the Last City must prepared to face her if they hope to stop the SIVA Crisis.
The Witch Queen: release date and what to expect
It’s finally here. After months of speculation and anticipation, Bungie has finally announced the release date for the next expansion for Destiny 2, The Queen. Arriving on May 11th, The Queen will bring with it a whole host of new content for players to enjoy, including a brand new destination to explore, new weapons and gear to collect, and a whole host of new challenges to overcome. Here’s everything we know about The Queen so far.
The Queen will see the return of Queen Mara Sov, the ruler of the Awoken who was thought to have been killed during the events of The Taken King. Mara Sov has been a key figure in the Destiny lore since the very beginning, and her return is sure to have major implications for the game’s story. Along with Mara Sov, players will also be reunit with her sister, Prince Uldren. Uldren was last see in The Taken King as the leader of the Taken, and his return is sure to be a controversial one.
The new destination players will be exploring is the moon of Luna. This new area said to be twice the size of the previous destination, the Dreaming City, and will feature a brand new public event, as well as a new dungeon. The new public event called “The Queen’s Court” and will see players teaming up to take down waves of enemies, as well as a Taken Boss. The new dungeon called “The Scarlet Keep” and will task players with exploring the keeps of Scarlet Keep, as well as taking down the powerful bosses that reside within.
In addition to the new content coming in The Witch Queen, Bungie is also making some changes to the game’s economy. The first of these is the introduction of a new currency, called “Bright Dust.” Bright Dust can earned by completing activities such as Public Events, Lost Sectors, and the new dungeon. It can then used to purchase a variety of items from Eververse, including new emotes, ornaments, and weapons.