Tiny Hiccup. That’s Okay.
Bungie is proving to be the thriving single-parent of Destiny 2. Since their break-up with Activision, Bungie has taken on the full responsibility of raising little Destiny 2 on their own. The upcoming Destiny 2 Crimson Days event is going to be one of the first events Bungie does solo. Crimson Days first made its appearance in Destiny 1 in 2016 as a Valentine’s Day event. It skipped 2017, but came back in 2018, and now again this year. The event is like Tennis-doubles in Destiny, but with spaceguns. Players will be able to team up with friends to earn rewards.
So, what needs to be mentioned this year? Well, starting tomorrow, Bungie will be launching Mayhem! which is a separate event for players who want to take part in the Crucible. Mayhem! runs from January 29th – February 5th. February 5th was also supposed to be the start date of Crimson Days, but that had to be pushed back a week. The new run of Crimson Days 2019 will be from February 12th – February 19th. The event will be mostly the same as in 2018. The same rewards are coming back, in case players missed them last year, as well as some new ones. There will also be new ways of earning those rewards, according to Bungie’s news blog.
Between Crimson Days and the next event Season of the Drifter, Bungie will be taking some time to work out some kinks and clean things up, general housekeeping. One of the bigger changes is that Bungie is implementing a “maximum possible power reward” to all the bounties players picked up in the earlier seasons. This is to discourage players from hoarding them and instead turn them in.
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Source: Cinema Blend