Watch the Almighty get blown up in Destiny 2 on June 6

Almighty (Image credit: Bungie)

What you need to know

  • Destiny 2 is a first-person shooter from Bungie.
  • The latest season is coming to a close soon.
  • A Cabal weapon known as the Almighty may be destroyed tomorrow.
  • There are rumors that part of the Tower will be taken out too.

Destiny 2 is first-person shooter from original Halo developer Bungie. The latest season, called "Season of the Worthy," has been a little confusing since the get-go, but it may pay off tomorrow. As you may know, a massive weapon called the Almighty, is hurtling towards Earth and it's up to you and Rasputin to blow it out of the sky.

However, there are rumors that part of the Tower will be taken out with it. Whether this happens, only time will tell. I'm hoping for a massive explosion tomorrow at the very least.

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On June 9, the next chapter of the game will be revealed. Hopefully, we'll get a deep dive into the upcoming expansion after the next season.

What do you want to see from Destiny 2? Are you excited for the Almighty event? Let us know.

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  • So, when this game is made up of seasons like this, with big events apparently happening, what happens if a player starts playing today. Will people miss out on key elements of the progression in the story or something?
  • Yes. This season is over and the story has moved forward.
  • You know, I don't really like this thing. I know it's meant to engage those who play daily and stay current, but those of us who aren't, just miss stuff. Nowadays some games are really unforgiving in the amount of time they demand of you to play them. Rather than grinding, it's outright being a slave to the game. I know D2 is basically an MMO. But there should be another way. Too many games are headin towards a grinding model, designed as if they were the only game in the world (or wanting to be that). and that ruins a lot of games.