But the forest is also haunted.
An emblem found in the latest update of Destiny 2, Shadowkeep, seems to suggest that one of the best additions to the last Halloween will be back with the 2019 Festival of the Lost event
Since the update of Shadowkeep, each emblem of the haunted forest in the shared world shooter has two lines of statistics: one for statistics gained in 2018 and the other for statistics gained. in 2019.
Bungie has not yet revealed that the mode would be available in 2019, but these emblems suggest that the best piece of Festival of the Lost will definitely return to the sandbox shooter.
If you need a recap of what is actually the Haunted Forest, the location is part of a timed mission that sends Guardians into the Haunted Forest to kill legions of different enemies.
If your players complete a branch of the scary dungeon, you’re teleported into a boss arena – and if you complete that, you go back to the beginning and start again, each round becoming more difficult.
This mode offers some interesting rewards, so we can not wait to see what a 2019 version of the game will look like.
When does it come into play? Well …
Bungie announced that the 2019 Festival of the Lost will begin on on October 29, 2019 and will continue until on November 19, 2019.
You can probably expect fashion to come as part of these celebrations.
This year, we can expect Eris Morn and the moon to play a role in the jubilations as they are the latest additions to the game. Amanda Holliday will probably serve again as a supplier Main event for the event, and we can almost certainly expect more missions, bonuses and unique cosmetics as part of the event.
It remains to be seen if the new additions to the game will have an impact on the functioning of Forest.
Expect new triumphs, milestones, and changes to social spaces during the weekly reset that introduces the festival.
You can read everything you need to know about the Destiny 2 Halloween Event 2019 on the link.