Destiny 2 Leak Reveals Season 11 Storyline and 6-Player Activity
Yet another leak has surfaced which supposedly details Destiny 2‘s Season 11, which it dubs the Season of the Deep. This leak, like the more recent Collapse leak, comes from the forums of 4chan but actually refutes some of the Collapse leak, claiming it was not entirely accurate.
For those that haven’t been keeping up with the current state of Destiny 2, last week an anonymous poster on 4chan leaked a potential large DLC for Destiny 2. This DLC was to be titled Collapse and would be the biggest expansion of the game to date. This new leak refutes that information instead claiming that some of the content will come as a Season 11. Since none of these leaks have ever proven to be especially accurate, fans should take it with a grain of salt.
If the leak is to be believed, however, Season 11, the Season of the Deep, will bring players quite a bit of enjoyable content. For starters, the Pyramids will be arriving and be central to the story of the new season. These Pyramids were teased throughout the current season, so it makes sense that they’d appear soon. A six person activity which the leaker calls “Expedition” will see players team up to enter the moon Pyramid and claim lost artifacts, all the while fighting against Darkness-corrupted enemies and Nightmares.
The storyline of the next season will begin with Rasputin burning the Almighty to Ashes, which supposedly will happen by the end of the current season. After this, the Pyramids will appear and the Darkness will begin to take hold over the city. That said, in contrast to the Collapse leak, it seems that players will still be using the light to fight the darkness rather than harnessing the darkness into new subclasses and powers. Not much else is shared about the story of the new season, but it may include certain aspects from the Collapse leak as this one says that leak is not entirely accurate but doesn’t discount it as a whole.
Again, the comment section is filled with mostly disdain, as it seems a lot of the community is dissatisfied with Bungie’s work at the moment. There is also some criticism of the picture included with the leak, as one fan points out the picture is just the statue from Shadowkeep with a filter.
Destiny 2 is available now for PC, PS4, Stadia, and Xbox One.