Destiny 2: Forsaken their first raid is hours away and we'll have a small look at what it will cause and when it's going to fall. Last wish will bring players and five other guardians into the heart of Dreaming City, Forsaken's new area, and it will be live Friday 14th. September at 10.00 PT / 1PM ET / 6PM BST on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Update: Last Wish Raid is now live on all platforms.]
"Collect a team … Send them into the heart of the city. Kill that creature and pull out your heart," says Queen, Mara Sleep, in the trailer below. We do not know much about what exactly players should do, but it seems that "the creature" can be Riven, which was bothered at the end of the campaign. The promise is that "Dreaming City's wealth awaits those who are victorious" so that you can participate in some pretty good fortune if you complete it. "I've waited so long to fulfill a final wish," concludes Mara Sov.
Destiny 2: Forsaken – Last Wish Raid Official Trailer
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Some players have already managed to nab some of the Raid equipment early. An early mistake allowed some players to slip into the opening raid crates and earn the gear. In hotfix update 2.0.2, Bungie fixed the problem, but it will not remove that device from players who have already achieved it.
At the same time, players who participated in Raid played a problem during the weekend when a weekly reset took place before it would have. Although the players could earn Powerful equipment, the rewards did not go to high power levels, thus reaching the leveling process. Bungie has rolled out a new update that resets these challenges for those affected. And if you're looking for a less obvious way to earn a piece of powerful equipment, try the new Ascendant Challenge. We also have a leveling guide to getting ready for Raid.
In addition to all that comes into Last Wish Raid, Bungie introduced a lot of new content with the Forsaken extension. In addition to a new story, there are many new equipment, including Exotics (both weapons and armor) for Hunters, Warlocks and Titans. There are new Strikes and the new Gambit mode that blends PvE with PvP. The campaign centers around hunting the eight Baron's powerful cheering enemies from the new Scorn race.
In GameSpots Forsaken Review, Kallie Plagge said that it was a welcome change from the previous two extensions. "As with the basic game – and unlike the two previous extensions … there is a lot of sinking the teeth into the Forsaken at launch," she wrote. While Kallie is still evaluating the extension for a full review, she applaudes Wright's darker, more personal tone and a focused job structure that enables more memorable and exciting matches. There are different new enemy types, the Gambit mode is nice and the new arc stands out as a fun addition to the arsenal.
"Having been disappointed by the curse of Osiris and Warmind, I enjoy Destiny 2. The biggest question right now is how long it will last, but it's enough to keep me busy before raid drops."