Destiny 2 Sets New Concurrent Player Record On Steam As Lightfall Launches
Destiny 2’s recent Lightfall campaign has been a boon for the franchise, setting a new concurrent player record on Steam and earning rave reviews from critics and fans alike. However, there are a few lingering questions about the campaign’s ending.
What exactly happens at the end of Lightfall’s campaign?
For those who haven’t been following, Lightfall is Destiny 2’s latest in-game event, a timed campaign that introduces new mechanics and rewards. The event is now in its final week, and will end on March 5th.
The final week of Lightfall is when things get really intense, with a series of challenges and bosses that must be overcome. These challenges culminate in a final confrontation with the game’s main antagonist, the Darkness.
In the final cutscene, the player’s Guardian defeats the Darkness, but at a cost. The Guardian is left mortally wounded, and as they lay dying, they are visited by a vision of the Traveler.
The Traveler speaks to the Guardian, thanking them for their bravery and sacrifice. The Guardian is then given a choice: they can either go into the Light and be reborn, or they can stay with the Traveler and continue the fight.
If the player chooses to go into the Light, they are reborn as a new Guardian. If they stay with the Traveler, they become a new Dark Lord.
This choice will have permanent consequences for the character, as it will determine their appearance, equipment, and abilities in the game’s sequel, Destiny 3.
So, what does this all mean?
Destiny 2’s Lightfall campaign is a thrilling ride from start to finish, but its ending leaves a lot of unanswered questions.
What exactly happened at the end of the Lightfall campaign? Did the Guardian die and become a new Dark Lord? Or were they reborn as a new Guardian?
Only time will tell. However, one thing is for sure: the Lightfall campaign is one of the most exciting and replayable events in Destiny 2’s history.