Destiny 2 Flavor Text May Have Spoiled The Next Part Of The Season Of The Wish Event

Or, Bungie could just be messing with you.

QuintLyn Bowers
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Destiny 2 Season Of The Wish Spoiler

In the words of River Song, this post might contain, ‘Spoilers, Sweetie.” If you’re playing Destiny 2 and going through the Season of the Wish content and don’t want what may or may not be a spoiler, now’s the time to move along.

According to a report on PCGamesN, Bungie may have actually spoiled the next bit of the shooter's Season of the Wish themselves – via some in-game flavor text. That is, of course, if they didn’t totally intend to ‘spoil’ things just to mess with players. We’re sure to find out soon enough.

For context, the event storyline so far has seen Crow going through a portal and locking it. It seems the next step is for players to figure out how to unlock the portal. According to the spoiler text in question, that’s what’s going to happen. The text reads as follows:

Osiris has come upon a revelation.

When the Witness entered the Traveler, it did so by redirecting the Traveler’s own power against itself while using the Veil. He believes he can put the Veil to a similar, if less destructive, use.

”If Riven can imprint the Ley Lines into the Veil, and send one of our own to the other side… we can open the door.”

Many long weeks of research have paid off. Osiris believes there is a way to follow Crow through the portal – and urges us to keep going.

”We must yield in our disbelief, and give ourselves over to chance. In that unknown venture, in discovery, the path forward is revealed.”

For now, one egg remains.

Of course, we'll just have to wait to see if the spoiler was intentional or not. If not, we're sure someone's hearing about it.

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In this article: Bungie, Destiny 2.

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QuintLyn Bowers
QuintLyn Bowers, News Editor

QuintLyn is a long-time lover of all things video game related will happily talk about them to anyone that will listen. She began writing about games for various gaming sites a little over ten years ago and has taken on various roles in the games community.

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