Destiny 2 is a first-person shooter which takes you all over the solar system. Players have to repel an assault on The Last City and stop the Red Legion from destroying the Sun. The title features artwork-like visuals and recently received its largest expansion yet.
Yesterday, developer Bungie launched an event called "The Dawning." While The Dawning has occurred on numerous occasions in the past, this time it's different because there is baking involved. Yes, you heard that right. You can collect materials from downed enemies and use them to create baked treats. However, in order to discover these treats, you have to experiment with the ingredients. Unfortunately, this can result in a lot of extremely rare items going to waste.
Luckily, a Reddit user by the name of "ScoobyDeezy" managed to compile a handy infographic which reveals all of the recipes. Considering the fact that you get "Powerful Gear" from delivering these baked treats across the solar system, it's a worthwhile endeavor. Be sure to unlock all of these recipes if you're playing The Dawning right now.
According to a recent report by Game Informer, Destiny 2 isn't performing as well as Activision hoped. It's unclear what this means for the future of the franchise, but here's hoping that Activision doesn't introduce even more microtransactions in there. Right now, the Eververse Store is unfair and it's very hard to get the cosmetic items you want.
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