Destiny 2 has finally become a true MMO, folks – it now features a fishing minigame!

Destiny 2: Season of the Deep begins today, as well as its launch trailer verifies the launch of one of the most vital task in any type of MMO: an angling minigame. 

The trailer opens up with an entire number of important-sounding things concerning Sloane aiding an old sea animal that evidently understands the Witness, the huge bad of Lightfall as well as undoubtedly Destiny’s whole Light as well as Darkness legend. We’ve obtained a six-player undersea task, brand-new Taken-fied weapons, yada yada yada. It’s trendy things, yet it ain’t around angling. That does not been available in up until right at the end of the trailer, as well as it is wonderful. 

Brandishing a steel pole with a neon-strung reel, a Hunter dressed in the period’s Atlantis-esque shield inches approximately a dock, apparently situated back in the European Dead Zone, as well as moistens a line with an enjoyable plunk to their bobber. Kites based upon unusual koi fish whip in the wind as bass jump temptingly over the surface area of the lake. There is no Darkness below, Guardian, just fish. 

This isn’t simply hopeful, fish-ful reasoning, either. A news release from Bungie verifies that “players who own the Season Pass will have access to weekly Deep Dive missions, the matchmade Seasonal activity named Salvage, and the all-new Fishing activity.” That’s Fishing with a funding F, individuals. This is severe company. Destiny 2 can lastly rest at the MMO table throughout lunch.

Even placing the angling minigame apart for the minute – with excellent initiative, I ensure you – the Season of the Deep looks excellent until now. It’s interesting to see the world Titan return as the Vanguard sends us down where it’s far better, down where it’s wetter, under the sea, as well as I’m currently a large follower of this huge beast buddy. Reckon I’ll name her Nessy. 

There’s also a new dungeon out this Friday, as well as followers wish it’s undersea as well. 



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