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Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Raid boss leaked

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Updated: Feb 25, 2022 6:22 pm
destiny 2 witch queen raid leak

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen is full of twists and turns as you try and vanquish the Hive terror that is Savathun, unearthing many a secret in her Throne World. Moreover, there’s a new Raid similarly full of unknown entities that you have to unravel as you progress to the final encounter.

Unfortunately, however, it appears that like most game or expansion releases, leaks are being posted all around the internet. One such leak is a new enemy set to appear in the upcoming Raid, potentially even being the final encounter in the whole activity.

Leaked Destiny 2: The Witch Queen Vow of the Disciple Raid boss

If you don’t want any spoilers for what one of the Witch Queen Raid bosses looks like immediately avert your eyes…below is a full 3D rendered model of said enemy which, in our opinion, is looking pretty menacing.

Destiny 2 raid boss leaked

This enemy type isn’t one that’s been seen before though. It does share traits of both the Eliksni and Scorn but also doesn’t fit the complete bill of either which could point to a whole new Race to be introduced post The Witch Queen. It also could be a Hive-infested Fallen of some sort which Savathun has taken control of, certainly not out of the question considering what has happened in previous Destiny 2 stories.

With the Raid not having launched yet, we can’t confirm or deny that this leaked image is correct but with it coming directly from the game files, it’s likely to suggest that it will appear in some form or another.

All we have to do is simply wait and see if this fearsome foe does pop up when The Witch Queen Raid drops on Saturday, March 5th.

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