Destiny 2‘s new Europa location is a frozen tundra with a dynamic weather system that players will be able to explore when the Beyond Light expansion launches in November, and beneath the ice lie a few fan-favorite weapons from the original Destiny game.
Developer Bungie uploaded a new teaser for this week’s upcoming full trailer in which Eramis, Kell of Darkness, calls to the scattered houses of the Fallen to join her crusade against the Traveler and the Guardians who protect the entity.
In the trailer, a sniper rifle can be seen frozen in the ice alongside the Exo Stranger’s signature pulse rifle No Time To Explain, which has been upgraded to an Exotic-level pulse rifle and will be a preorder bonus for Beyond Light. The sniper rifle bears a resemblance to Hereafter, an exotic weapon from the Rise of Iron expansion that was acquired as a rare loot drop in the Wrath of the Machine raid. Like most weapons of that level, it featured useful perks such as its magazine being instantly reloaded if all shots fired were precision kills and the ability to blind nearby enemies.
Destiny 2’s Festival of the Lost begins this week and will run until November 3. For more on what that free and spooky annual event has to offer, check out our Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost guide.
When Festival of the Lost ends, it’ll be only a few days until the Beyond Light expansion is added to Destiny 2 ahead of a dramatic reduction size that will require players to redownload it. Xbox One players are getting Beyond Light for free with Xbox Game Pass, and currently also have free access to the previous expansions, Forsaken and Shadowkeep.
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