There’s still a long way to go before we can set up the menu for the much-anticipated expansion of Destiny 2, Shadows from the Deep, but it seems the transition from Battle.net to Steam is very close.
A funny movie just released on YouTube in the official channel of the game announces that the process by which the guards will be able to move on will start next August 20, 2019. It is not clear if we will be the Blizzard Client can already give up on this Valve at this time, or we can just access a kind of list that transfers all purchases and progress from the release of Shadowkeep on October 1, 2019. It’s very likely that this is just the way your Connect Steam account to the Bungie.net account to simplify the passage near the exit.
Great news, even for players who can not wait to switch platforms August 21, 2019 cross-save You can then share a specific profile with all your associated accounts to access your weapons and progress no matter what platform you’re using,
If you want to learn more about the next expansion and Armor 2.0, know that there will be a Live on Twitch on August 14, detailing the new system for adjusting equipment.
Then there is some news about the solstice of the heroes, which will change slightly due to numerous complaints. The goal of eliminating 100 minibusses in the European air zone has been simplified and will require only 50 points as of next week. The final boss’s elimination will be worth 5 points to get users to stay in the game until the end of the activity.
We remind you that in connection with the release of Ombre dal Profondo next October, Destiny New Light will also make its debut, a free version of the game that will include all content from the first year. Did you know that the Vetta and Wendigo quests will be simplified soon?