Bungie has revealed the start times for Destiny 2’s “Season of Wishing,” the final season before the game moves to an episodic model due to layoffs on the development team. This is where the season begins for everyone on the globe!
After the massive layoffs at Bungie, it’s somewhat ironic that the next season of Destiny 2 is called “”. A lot of talented people had to leave, and it’s also the start of a new cycle in how developers will deliver future updates. But everything has to end one day, right?
In the Time of Wishing, you will be taken back to The Dreaming City and will have the chance to witness the conclusion of the 15th wish, a plot that already began in the Forsaken expansion five years ago.
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Destiny 2 Season of Wishing: Global start times
Bungie stated that Destiny 2: Season of Wishing begins Tuesday, November 28 at the following times worldwide:
- West Coast of North America – 9:00 a.m. PST
- East Coast of North America – 12 p.m. EST
- United Kingdom – 5:00 p.m. GMT
- Europe – 6 p.m. CET
- Japan – 2 a.m. on November 29
Destiny 2 Season of the Wish: all content revealed
As always, few details are announced. However, the trailer still reveals tiny bits of information that we can work with.
Group search tool will be added
Season of the Wish not only brings a new story, but also introduces a much-requested feature: the group finder! This means you can easily join existing groups or create your own if you’re looking for more players. This is a highly anticipated improvement that will improve the overall experience, and it’s great to see it added!
The following text includes some spoilers for Season of the Wish. If you haven’t completed the latest update, skip this section!
Possible story content
After completing the required seasonal story “” you will see Savathun come back to life, only for her to meet her end again – ouch. But tradition reveals even more: She is resurrected again and leaves her ghost Immaru with the Guardians.. And there’s even more!
By solving the riddle “”, you will discover one of the Destiny 2’s biggest secret yet: an Ahamkara egg untouched by the influence of the Taken! The last known Ahamkara, Riven, was defeated by the Vanguard during the “Last Wish” raid, and the other Ahamkara egg fell victim to the corruption of the Taken.
History behind Ahamkara
Ahamkara are wish-granting dragons that were almost wiped out by humanity. Riven was the only dragon left, but with the new egg, who knows what will happen next…?
During the “” raid, we saw the wall of wishes, which contains 15 wishes in total. The community has already deciphered 14 wishes, but the 15th was still missing. In a cutscene, the Guardian notices that Savathun’s wings resemble the Wall of Wishes, hinting she may hold the key to the elusive 15th wish…
It is likely that “ ” will revolve around Ahamkara’s eggs and the final wish which still remains a mystery to everyone. Could he open a portal to the Traveler, paving the way for the ultimate battle against the Witness? There’s still a lot we don’t know, but this season promises an exciting finale!
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