Destiny 2 Will Be Adding Leviathan Challenge Modes in the Future
The original Destiny provided challenge modes with their raids in the past, adding to an event’s replayability. So it shouldn’t be a surprise to learn that Destiny 2‘s newest event, Leviathan, is also set to receive them in an incoming update. If a recent database addition is to be believed, developer Bungie will be adding Leviathan challenge modes to all four sections of the raid sometime in the near future.
The Destiny 2 database update sees five new Leviathan challenge emblems, most of them seemingly corresponding to the raid’s four sections: “Splish Splash” referring to a Royal Pools challenge, “Good Dog” corresponding to a Pleasure Gardens challenge, “Two Enter, One Leaves” with Gauntlet challenge, and “Take the Throne” to a Calus challenge. The last emblem, “Glory to the Emperor” is presumably unlocked following the completion of the raid on Prestige difficulty.
While these emblems are the only known rewards as of late, it can be assumed that a big loot drop will follow each Leviathan challenge. The first Destiny would often rotate challenges and award players with level-capped gear as well as other neat loot. What exactly these challenge modes will contain is anyone’s guess right now, but something will be revealed in due time. Destiny 2 is available now for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with a PC version on the way on October 24th.
What do you think? Is Destiny 2 in need of some Leviathan challenge modes, or are you still looking to find all those loot chests? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more of the latest Destiny news, here’s a few more articles to check out:
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