Bungie announced good news for all of the Witcher fans out there who are playing Destiny 2 – you will be able to get the Witcher armor and dress just like Geralt! During the new season called “Season of the Wish,” you will be able to find out a bunch of new gear, activities, and secrets. That will be the final season before The Final Shape expansion goes public in February 2024.
How to Unlock Witcher Armor in Destiny 2?
We still don’t know for sure how exactly you will be able to acquire Witcher Armor. Judging by last collab experiences with Destiny 2, it will most probably be on offer in the Eververse store for you to buy. The usual price for this kind of set was around 2000 Silver, but it remains to be seen if the price will remain intact.
Season of the Wish is planned to be announced on November 28, 2023. On the official X account of Destiny 2, you can find the image of how the Witcher Armor will look like, with both Destiny’s and Witcher’s logos on the image.
The Witcher armor will apparently be available for Titans, Warlocks, and Hunters, who can now take the looks of Geralt of Rivia, everyone’s favorite Witcher. This, of course, is not the first time that Bungle decided to have this kind of collaboration with other franchises. Last year, similar stuff was done with Fortnite and the Assassin’s Creed.
Destiny Bulletin published on X that the new collab between Destiny 2 and The Witcher will bring armor ornaments, a Ghost shell, a ship, a Sparrow, an emote, and a finisher. We just miss Bruxa, Basilisk, Leshy, or similar creatures that roam the Continent, right?
The Titan armor perhaps best captures the vibe of The Witcher since, from the image provided by Bungle, you can see the resemblance almost instantly. It has those details in the design that really bring out the energy of Geralt of Rivia.
Of course, the new armor set won’t come without a price. If we look at previous collaborations of this type, we can expect the sets to be available in the Eververse store for about 2000 Silver each, which is around 20 American Dollars. As a reminder, during the partnership with the Assassin’s Creed franchise, each armor set cost that much, and for the individual equipment cosmetics and the Finishers, you had to shell out between 800 and 1000 Silver.
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