Destiny 2 announces free Mass Effect collaboration event bundle

Lucas Simons
Destiny 2 Mass Effect collaboration

Bungie has announced a collaboration with Bioware to commemorate the company’s collaboration. Surprisingly, this bundle will be ‘available to all players at no cost.’

Destiny 2 developers released a new collaboration announcement through their official X account (formerly Twitter), and players are shocked to learn that this Mass Effect/Destiny bundle will be available to all players for free.

According to the devs, this bundle will be “Inspired by Commander Shepard, Garruis Vakarian, Liara T’Soni, and more from the Systems Alliance,” and will arrive at Destiny 2 on February 13, 2024.

This comes as a surprise to all D2 players who previously complained about the costs of several bundles, including the Witcher collaboration set. The Alliance Requisition Bundle will include the Enhanced Defense Ghost Shell, Alliance Scout Frigate Ship, and Alliance Drop Ship Sparrow items.

While some players have approached the official post to complain about the current status of the game, others celebrate that this new collaboration is being given for free. A D2 player stated: “Might be time to get back to Destiny.”

While an enthusiastic fan of Mass Effect and Destiny 2 also asked: “Think we could get some weaponry as well?” And another one stated: “Titan Omni-tool gauntlets and hunter Garrus helm are cool. Normandy ship is sweet.”

But not every player is happy with the announcement. Some of them are heavily criticizing Bungie for “dropping the ball” with the delayed upcoming expansion: The Final Shape.

One of the players also pointed out that the team should not divert their attention from the upcoming release of The Final Shape, which was already delayed until April 2024: “Wow you can really see all the hard work that went into this and not the final shape.”

The fans also stated the obvious: this bundle doesn’t include the Guardian Armor Skins, which will be, of course, sold through the in-game store, Eververse, at a not-yet-revealed cost. However, all seems to point out the regular pricing of USD 20 per armor set.

While we wait for confirmation on the pricing for the Mass Effect/Destiny 2 collaboration, here’s every Starcat location in Destiny 2 Season of the Wish, and here’s all you need to know about Riven’s Wishes including the start date, and more.

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