The end of Destiny is in sight, but not before the game has one final live event called Age of Triumph. Bungie plans on blowing the reveal out in a big way with three different livestreams, the first coming tomorrow.
The event, which will be on Bungie's official Twitch channel at 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET, will focus on what will be included in the event and feature Lead Designer Ryan Paradis and Senior Raid Designer Joe Blackburn. The second, focusing on weekly rituals, will come the following week, with the final on coming March 22 and looking at the Sandbox Update.
If the weekly schedule holds, the Live Event itself should actually launch on March 29.
The teaser video for the livestream concludes with "We thank you Guardian, and we will NEVER forget." That may be true in Destiny, but not in Destiny 2, as everything will be forgotten about your level 20 or higher character with the exception of name and appearance. Bungie has said the sequel will reset power and gear, forcing everyone to start again on equal footing.
Activision has said Destiny 2 will be out this fall, but has given no plans for how long Destiny will remain active once the sequel launches.
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