The first Destiny game is entering its final phase with Age of Triumph. This will mark the final live update for the first Destiny game, and it launches on March 28. Bungie confirmed this week that the final livestream showcasing the Age of Triumph is set to debut on developer’s official Twitch.tv channel, which is available at this link.
The livestream will begin on Wednesday, March 22 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time, and fans will get a look at the last update for Destiny’s finale live update. The stream this will be a “Sandbox Update,” featuring Bungie 3D Character Artist, Ian McIntosh, and Sr. Gameplay Designer, Josh Hamrick, and it will be viewable at the above link.
The new update is promising to showcase the return of some classic weapons, along with new Raid ornaments. There’s also more that will debut with Age of Triumph, but what exactly Bungie has planned is a little vague. Unfortunately, nothing will really soften the blow how a lot of character data isn’t going to be transferred over from the first Destiny to the second. When the sequel comes along, hopefully it will fix a lot of the issues that plagued the first game.
The Destiny: Age of Triumph update is set to go live on March 28. Destiny is available now for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Also, you can check out a Sandbox Update teaser for the Age of Triumph in the player below, with some new gameplay footage.