It looks like shortly after the end of Destiny 2‘s Dawning event, Crimson Days will follow thereafter. While Bungie has yet to make anything official, a recent data mine of files suggests that it could be coming. If it does come, it should do so just in time for Valentine’s Day.
The files in question show new ornaments for certain exotics with a Crimson Day theme. Specifically, the files found suggested that weapons like the Prometheus Lens, the Wardcliff Coil, Sweet Business, and Graviton Lance. Coincidentally, Destiny 2‘s newest hand cannon Crimson didn’t come up in the data mine.
While new ornaments are not enough to herald the coming of Crimson Days, a picture on the weapon icons in the upper left corner suggest otherwise. These white overlays show which expansion or event a certain weapon or armor first arrived. As you’ll see in the image below, a flower-like overlay appears.
In the original Destiny, Crimson Days pushed players to participate in group events. Crucible playlists pushed 2v2 play with perks and benefits for playing together. While Destiny 2’s focus on crucible has been somewhat muddied, it’s unclear if this will transfer over in the sequel. As Destiny 2 pushes clan-wide events, it’s possible we’ll see clan-wide perks crop up.
Destiny 2‘s first event, The Dawning, has received a lot of criticism. A lot of players and fans are upset that a large portion of the rewards for the event are locked behind the Eververse paywall. With that paywall, a lot of fans feel that Bungie is more out to make money, rather than push the player-centric model they say they follow.
Of course, until Bungie confirms the event, it’s hard to say just what will happen. Have Destiny 2′s micro-transactions been a source of frustration in your Destiny 2 gaming? Let us know by leaving your comments down below, or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.[button link=”https://gamerant.com/destiny-2-crimson-days/” icon=”fa-external-link” side=”left” target=”blank” color=”285b5e” textcolor=”ffffff”]Source: Game Rant[/button]
Last Updated on January 7, 2018.