Bungie is commending its 30th commemoration with Destiny 2 substance, including Halo-themed weapons.
The Destiny 2 30th Anniversary Pack incorporates another six-man action where players travel to the domain of the Nine to play a round of dares.
One of Destiny’s most famous weapons is getting a genuine Nerf variant. Bungie and Nerf are banding together to make froth terminating Gjallarhorn rocket launchers that you can purchase from the Bungie store, the organization declared on Tuesday.
Gjallarhorn is one of Destiny’s most renowned weapons, on account of the way that it was totally over-got past a large portion of the first game’s lifecycle. Following quite a while of keeping it secured in the primary game, Bungie at last carried the rocket launcher to Destiny 2 with its Bungie 30th Anniversary Pack, which was delivered on Tuesday.
Players can acquire the weapon by finishing the game’s new prison, and procuring the weapon in Destiny 2 is a pre-essential for pre-requesting it on Bungie’s store.
The challenges are set by Xûr and another buddy referred to just as Starhorse – in a real sense a pony made of stars.
Bungie, obviously, were the first originators of the Halo series until it was purchased by Microsoft, leaving the engineer allowed to make Destiny.
More data on the commemoration content including the Grasp of Avarice prison and Gjallarhorn is recorded.
The store page has a couple of other fascinating realities about Gjallarhorn too. For example, the Nerf variant of the weapon is 1:1 scale or said another way: four feet in length. It additionally accompanies 3 Nerf uber shells, which are evidently extraordinary shells that dispatch three darts immediately from inside the shell copying the weapon’s in-game Wolfpack Rounds.
Likewise, the commemoration pack can be bought as a group with the impending extension displayed at The Game Awards this week with another trailer.
Anybody that has acquired Gjallarhorn in Destiny 2 by Aug. 1, 2022 will actually want to pre-request the Nerf form of the weapon, however the particular date that pre-orders start has not yet been reported. The enormous, four-foot long rocket launcher alongside its three Mega Shells and nine Nerf Mega darts will cost $160.
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