Today, Bungie offers players a behind-the-scenes look at what went into creating the upcoming Destiny 2 The Witch Queen expansion with their latest ViDoc. The 14-minute video offers a look at what the developers were trying to do narratively, tying together story threads that reach all the way back to Destiny 1. It also offers a look at the technical aspects of bringing the expansion together, showing how they brought Savathûn to life and the artistic choices made to do it.
In the video, the devs discuss the concepts of light and dark as representations of good and evil in the game and how they’re steering away from that. It also shows who players will find themselves working with to defeat the Witch Queen, explains the design choices behind her domain, and more. If you’d like a peek into the development process, just check out the video below.
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