DESTINY's Age of Triumph Event Releases A Trailer For Its Weekly Rituals
Weekly Rituals, those activities you see in your Director after loading up Destiny are set to get a major overhaul with the launch of Age of Triumph. Full details will be unveiled in a Bungie live stream on Twitch this Wednesday but that hasn't stopped gamers from trying to puzzle out what's to come based on what's teased in the trailer below.
Bungie is teasing something called Daybreak Strikes for Destiny's Age of Triumph swan song event. More details will be revealed during a Twitch live stream this Wednesday.
Previously, during the first Twitch reveal stream for Age of Triumph, Bungie Community leader Deej stated, "There’s going to be a whole new set of weekly rituals – when you look at your Director, there are always featured activities in the lower left hand corner of the main view. We’re creating a new suite of those. There will be weekly featured activities in the Crucible. In Strikes, we’re doing some subtle things to change up the way that the Nightfalls work – we’ll talk about that in the second stream. Prison of Elders and even all four raids will be part of a weekly ritual that can help any character reach the top of your Light Scale, to reach maximum Light, to become a Guardian with 400 Light. "
Most gamers are anticipating that the Daybreak Strikes will be "Mayhem Strikes" the oppossite of the Nightfall Strikes were Guradians are expected to complete a strike with some sort of handicap or limiter. Just like the Mayhem Crucible mode, in theory, Mayhem Strikes would allow gamers to quickly fill their Super guage and unleash destruction upon the Taken, Hive or whatever particular foe being faced in the Strike. As previously stated, we'll have to wait for official confirmation from Bungie during Wednesday's Twitch live stream.
Wednesday, March 15, 10AM Pacific. Join Bungie to learn how a week in the life of your Guardian is about to become more rewarding in Age of Triumph. Learn more at www.twitch.tv/bungie.
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