A Destiny 2 YouTuber is closing out 2022 with his own TWAB post, browsing through Bungie’s weekly updates on the game in a playful and humorous way.
With Bungie’s offices still on vacation for the holidays means there won’t be any messages from this week at Bungie until 2023, so Destiny 2 YouTuber and streamer Aztecross chose to have fun closing out 2022 by playfully trolling the developer with his very own TWAB. Aztecross generally tries to inject humor into most of its content, from random in-game world jokes to random one-liners while reviewing the new exotic weapon. However, his latest video put his humor on full display with his TWAB covering everything from the return of the exotic Twilight Garrison, an SIVA expansion, skill-based matchmaking, and much more.
Destiny 2 is currently in its final season of Year 5, titled Season of the Seraph, which seeks to set the stage for the events to come when fall of light releases in February 2023. The season sees players working alongside Ana, Elsie and Clovis Bray, Mara Sov, and Osiris to reform and reawaken the AI Rasputin after being inactive for nearly two years. Players must also stop a push by The Witness forces to take control of Rasputin’s dormant arsenal before it can be used against the Last City and uncover what secrets the AI has stored before The Witness can. claim them.
fall of lightThe upcoming release was among the many topics Aztecross managed to squeeze into its TWAB, which draws viewers in with an opening stating that the team has decided to release a surprise message to close out 2022. Iron Banner mode, quitter penalties , weapon tuning, air efficiency and various other topics joked about or suggested by Aztecross and the greats Destiny 2 community. The video continues for 17 minutes, saving some of the more obvious jokes for the last few minutes, chief among them being a Destiny 3 the announcement and the platform on which it will be broadcast.
Aztecross’ video was widely praised by viewers who were quick to share their appreciation for the humorous video in the comments. Most viewers applaud Aztecross for baiting them for the first few minutes, saying how similar the writing and tone of his TWAB was to a typical TWAB message straight from Bungie. They go on to point out the various points at which they understood the video was intended as a joke, with most viewers citing the return of the Twilight Garrison exotic armor piece or the idea of ”money-based matchmaking” in the crucible.
As mentioned above, Aztecross has never been shy about sharing his sense of humor with his viewers and injecting it into his many videos on Destiny 2. It’s not uncommon to see him in a video or on a stream cracking a joke at the expense of Bungie, other Guardians, or his own viewers from time to time. However, his viewers would probably point out that this is all a joke and only reflects Aztecross’ love for the greatest. Fate universe, a love he talks about almost as often as he does with his jokes.
Destiny 2 is currently available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.
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