2023 has been far from the best year for Destiny. Following the middling response to the game’s last major expansion ‘Lightfall’ and the delay of The Final Shape – as well as a bunch of layoffs – faith in the MMO-like FPS has fallen somewhat. While this sentiment remains, Bungie has now announced that they are crossing over with CDPR’s The Witcher.
Making the announcement via a press release, the team said “Today, Bungie revealed the upcoming in-game collaboration with CD PROJEKT RED coming alongside Season of the Wish on November 28. Guardians can style themselves as monster slayers with new cosmetics inspired by Geralt of Rivia. The crossover includes armor ornaments, a Ghost shell, ship, Sparrow, emote, and finisher.”
While a relatively new model for Destiny, the live-service title has had a few significant crossovers in the past, namely with a number of first-party PlayStation franchises including God of War; Horizon; Ghost of Tsushima and The Last of Us.
No price was given for the Witcher bundle, but if it’s anything like the prior collabs, expect it to cost a pretty penny.
KitGuru says: What do you think of Destiny 2 in 2023? Are you looking forward to The Final Shape? How much do you think the Witcher bundle will cost? Let us know down below.