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Destiny 2 30th Anniversary dungeon gets a teaser on the Steam Store

The Destiny 2 30th Anniversary dungeon has a name and a theme.

Updated: Dec 2, 2021 4:00 pm
Destiny 2 30th Anniversary dungeon gets a teaser on the Steam Store

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It is noted that Bungie is being rather quiet at the minute about the Destiny 2 Anniversary event. They showcased all that juicy information way back in the summer, revealing new things like Gajallahorn, throwbacks to Halo and other goodies. However, it has been radio silence on the event until now…

Surprisingly, Bungie has revealed a few added bits and bobs to the Destiny 2 Anniversary event. We still don’t know what exactly is happening on December 7 when the Destiny 2 Anniversary event goes live, but we do have more information, albeit brief. One of the brief snippets of information revealed is some more detail on the Destiny 2 30th Anniversary dungeon, which we now know is named Grasp of Avarice.

Destiny 2 30th Anniversary dungeon

The Destiny 2 30th Anniversary dungeon is named the Grasp of Avarice and is the typical three-player dungeon we have come to expect. The Steam Store details the event is all about pursuing an adventurer who traded his humanity for treasure. There’s also a screenshot of content relating to treasure. It’s got us thinking that the screenshot is relating to the treasure that we are going to see in the Grasp of Avarice, but that is just us speculating. 

Moreso, the Destiny 2: Bungie 30th Anniversary Pack DLC contains extra information on a few sneak peeks into more of the seasonal content. There appears to be something called the treasure galore; at least that is what is detailed on the Steam Store page anyway. It features a plethora of new items and cosmetics, mentioning the Gjallarhorn by name. There’s also brief and vague mention of new weapons, ornament sets, emotes, Sparrows, Ghost Shells, and more.

The other interesting part is the text contains a hint of Halo cross overs. The test says ‘30-years of Bungie, a legendary community, and a birthday party that could only happen starside.’ Is that a Halo crossover, especially the day before the launch of the Halo Infinite campaign on Zeta Halo? Only time will tell on December 7.

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