Bungie’s 30th Anniversary Pack: Make Destiny 2 Great Again
One of the reasons Destiny 2 maintains so well is its constant content flow. There hasn’t been a year when it didn’t receive a great update or DLC. 2021 seemed the first year Bungie skipped… until it released the anniversary pack that has all it takes for the game to look brand new.
Bungie, the developer and publisher of the Destiny series, was established in 1991 (yes, before Master of Orion, before Doom, and even before Mortal Kombat!) The anniversary is the one to celebrate widely, and the updated Destiny 2 is pirate-themed.
The center of the pack is the new dungeon named Grasp of Avarice. It’s full of content and meant for playing in teams of three players. And, as usual, there is a tragic and wonderful story that the dungeon tells its visitors. It doesn’t mean you’re welcome: booby traps, bombs, and Sparrow races, scorch cannons and human cannons, and, of course, new bosses. The dungeon may take hours to go through, but endless choices one has to make (some of them fatal) turn playing it into endless fun.
Other content included in the Anniversary Pack may be less fun but just as spectacular. There is a set of new weapons and Sparrows and lots of cosmetic updates that make your character more recognizable and personal. Many are ready to pay for it, so why not? Some players will rather wait for the next ultimate update, though.
Destiny 2 is free to play, but its DLC and updates are paid. So is the 30th Anniversary Pack, which is, though, cheaper than the next upcoming official expansion, The Witch Queen. The two expansions are already available for purchase – that is, The Witch Queen will be just preordered. Still, you won’t really save big on buying Deluxe+ Anniversary, so if you don’t want to wait, it makes sense to buy it now.
Are you a Destiny 2 player? Which expansions and DLC did you like the most? What’s your favorite role in it? Let’s talk about it in the comments!