The Season of the Deep is nearly ready for release for Destiny 2, and the community is thrilled to see what the next large batch of seasonal content may have in store for them.
However, a leaker has claimed that the content may be a bit odd than expected. Destiny is one of the most popular live-service options, but players have long complained that it has become repetitive.
Season of the Deep brings with it a bevy of welcome improvements. For instance, the endgame grind in Destiny 2 has been significantly reduced in the current Season 21, which is excellent news for seasoned players.
But it's easy to argue that changes to the game's central economic system aren't the kind of gameplay loop modifications that will keep players engaged for months or years.
A recent leak suggests that fishing will be included in Destiny 2 in Season 21. Several new seasonal activities, a submarine on Titan, three new Exotic weapons, and more are among the features that Discord leaker Liz, whose information has sometimes been accurate in the past, claims will be added to the game with the arrival of Season of the Deep.
Everything else could be found in any Destiny game, but according to Liz, players can fish on Titan and keep their catch in an aquarium powered by HELM.
Destiny Leaks, a Twitter account, has just revealed details regarding the same thing-
Possible Season 21 leaks
Credit : Liz pic.twitter.com/DxB7rJPpwp
— Destiny Leaks (@D2Leaks) May 16, 2023
Since the release of the Lightfall DLC and Season 20 were met with significant criticism, Season of the Deep is extremely important in the grand scheme of things for Destiny 2.
With the release of Season 21 and its accompanying new dungeon, players should be set for some time. However, if Liz is correct and Bungie plans to incorporate odd elements like fishing, it could surely liven things up in the long term.
It's too soon to tell if Liz is correct, but if she is, a fishing minigame in Destiny is the last thing anyone would expect. Bungie has already unveiled some usual fare goodies for Season of the Deep.
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Not a lot about Destiny 2's new underwater setting, armor, or weapons is particularly novel, but it would make sense for fishing to be included during a water-themed season.
Players should therefore take Liz's leaks with a grain of salt and wait to see what else Bungie has planned for Season of the Deep. Season 21 of Destiny 2 introduces some divisive changes, and the game may soon begin to experiment with actual pay-to-win mechanics.
Time will tell, but we shouldn't have to wait too long, as Season 21 is set to premiere on May 22. The PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S can play Destiny 2.