Bungie has officially announced an unexpected collaboration for both Destiny players and The Witcher fans. CD PROJEKT RED will partner up with Bungie to debut Witcher-inspired content in Destiny 2. The crossover is set to launch alongside Destiny 2’s Season of the Wish on November 28.
This isn’t the first time Destiny has seen a crossover with another franchise, but it’s certainly among the more high-profile, right along with the previous Sony crossover. That collaboration introduced armor sets inspired by God of War, Horizon Zero Dawn, and Ghost of Tsushima. The next set of Guardian cosmetics adds more armor to your closet, along with a finisher, Ghost shell, ship, Sparrow, and emote.
The crossover is inspired by the famed monster slayer Geralt of Rivia. As far as Guardian cosmetics go, the collaboration between Bungie and CD PROJEKT RED looks to have produced some genuinely unique pieces embracing the source material. The result is something that steeps Bungie’s fantasy-inspired sci-fi aesthetic even further into fantasy elements. Accouterments of The Witcher are visible, with rustic leather belts and woven hoods accenting the three Guardian Class appearances.
Each class sports a distinct look, with Titans outfitted in something reminiscent of heavy armor Geralt could wear in The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings — gratuitous amounts of chainmail and all. Hunters look like they might have Redanian colors, with a matching red set of pants, cloak, and hood. Over most of the Hunter’s armor, it’s accented with studded leather. Then there’s the Warlocks, battle mages decked out in sporadic metal bits, leather, and cloth robes. All Classes have two swords sheathed on their backs.
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