Destiny 2’s new Crimson Days event says the couple that slays together stays together

It takes two in the new Destiny 2 Crimson Days event. Specifically, players are tasked with taking on a 2v2 Clash and a new Burnout variant in which two players must group together in order to keep the light from fading completely. In other words, you’ll need to work together with a partner in order to earn rewards and pick up new mounts, emotes, and decorations. It’s about as romantic as you can get in a game that’s chiefly concerned with shooting one another, let’s be real.

Should that not work with you, it’s important to note that the official forum rules are being changed somewhat, so you might not actually be able to complain about it on the official forums. If you haven’t yet reached the Farm in Destiny 2, for example, you won’t be able to post in that game’s Feedback, Gameplay, or Off-Topic boards. So you’ll actually need to play the game a little bit before getting a platform to talk about it. That seems fair.

Source: Event page, forum restrictions; thanks to Sophisikai for the tip!
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hurbster
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hurbster

Can’t post in in off-topic huh ? And the one forum that does not require you to have played the game ?

The help forum…

Lol

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shear

I’ll predict tomorrows article.
“Bungie apologizes (insert reason that touched on monetization of the game here) and promises to listen to the community better in the future. “

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Danny Smith

and now we wait for the follow up “…buuuut” article where they shit the bed. Again.

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Armsbend

I found a recent article on wiki concerning Bungie:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steatorrhea

K38FishTacos
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K38FishTacos

I *really* did LOL.

And I increased my vocabulary!

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Armsbend

I read it after doing some fecal research – posted this – and then promptly erased it from memory.

Damn it. It’s back. *sigh*