Destiny: Rise of Iron desires to spill over into your day-to-day life. Can you resist? Do you wish to?
Destiny: Rise of Iron gamers kick off the second annual Festival of the Lost tonight – a Halloween-themed occasion with masks, emotes and different goodies together with the long-requested ghost Ghost shell (not a typo). I find it irresistible.
Bungie has opened a mini-site with particulars of the occasion, confirming this 12 months’s masks are everlasting fairly than non permanent consumables, which is why there’s a new kiosk for retrieving your event rewards (good), and previews of most of the goodies. The actual motive you need to go go to, although, is to obtain free Destiny: Rise of Iron papercraft templates and construct your self a SIVA desk toy.
If you’re after one thing extra everlasting to point out your love for Destiny Bungie took the chance so as to add extra objects to the Bungie Store. If you purchase something from the Festival of the Lost collection you’ll obtain the unique emblem proven under. Sadly it seems to be like the perfect stuff has offered out already, however in the event you’re tempted, observe that each one 2016 proceeds from the Bungie Store go to the Bungie Foundation, which gives hospitalised youngsters with leisure.
Purchase any merchandise from the Festival of the Lost 2016 assortment and obtain a code for the “Resurrectionist” Destiny in-game Emblem. pic.twitter.com/uqShI4ijQU
— Bungie Store (@BungieStore) October 24, 2016
Destiny’s Festival of the Lost begins at reset October 25. That’s just a few hours away at time of writing and my set off fingers are itching in anticipation.
Destiny used to takes itself so significantly, however these playful occasions are way more inline with the behaviour of Guardians than the stiff dignity of the early cutscenes recommend.