It now seems sure that Destiny 2 could have 9 subclasses at launch, moderately than the six which were revealed to this point. This has been suspected for a while, with Bungie being conspicuously coy on the topic, however now we’ve got proof.
Catch up on the unique six with our Destiny 2 class guide, which is about to get an replace.
In their gameplay seize from Gamescom 2017, Polygon discovered a ‘Fractured Arrow’ in a chest in a Lost Sector – the UI categorises it as a Hunter Relic, marks it with the void elemental icon, and a HUD notification says “you might have discovered an object crammed with misplaced energy.”
Further, Game Informer discovered a ‘Cracked Talisman’, this time from a Regional Chest – these are particular chests you may discover within the wild, like the unique’s gold chests. It’s described as a Warlock Relic and marked with the Arc icon.
The Warlock subclass quest can also be revealed later in the same capture; ‘Arc Light Stirring’ is tracked in a brand new ‘Milestones’ sidebar, and the temporary reads “rekindle your misplaced skills by defeating enemies and preventing alongside fellow Guardians in public occasions.” The Arc subclass is listed because the reward.
The least that may be stated is that an Arc subclass for the Warlock is in Destiny 2, and although Polygon do not deliver up the UI to point out us the Void Hunter’s quest, the Fractured Arrow is clearly functionally equal to the Cracked Talisman.
Granted, we have not seen any signal but of a Solar Titan, nevertheless it’s vanishingly unlikely that a third Titan subclass can be ignored when it is clearly current for each different lessons. I would put cash on a Broken Hammer – or one thing related – current within the recreation, if anybody will give me odds.