Destiny 2 took an hour and a half to blow up a ship in its weekend event

If you thought Destiny 2 might be the game to challenge Fortnite’s supposed “metaverse” status, well, we’re sorry to disappoint you on… basically every level. This weekend, Bungie ran its own sort of live event yesterday afternoon, as the warmind clashed with the big bad spaceship. Unfortunately, it took something on the order of 90 minutes to actually unfold.

Tried to get a time lapse of the Almighty exploding from destiny2

Meanwhile, the future of the multiplayer looter shooter is set to reveal itself during a livestream this coming Tuesday, June 9th, at 12:00 p.m. EDT. The broadcast announcement was one of the highlights of this week’s Bungie update, along with a preview of patch 2.9.0’s patch notes, a deep dive into the controller remapping features being developed, as well as reminding players of Bungie’s donation to the Black Lives Matter movement and the sale of returning Pride pins, with all sales profits going to the It Gets Better Project.

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