Destiny 2: Beyond Light Trailer Reveals More Of Europa And Its Deadly Enemies

The desolate wasteland is home to old enemies, ancient secrets.and a familiar face from the past.

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Bungie has released a new trailer for Destiny 2: Beyond Light, which focuses on the new Europa zone that players will be able to explore in November. The smallest of Jupiter's four Galilean moons, the trailer features narration from Varicks, the former warden of the Prison of Elders, and the current Kell of Kells within Destiny's lore.

In the video below, Fallen and Vex can be seen patrolling the moon, while the Exo Stranger from the original Destiny game hints that dark secrets are waiting to be uncovered.

According to Bungie, Europa is a desolate wasteland that is home to a dark empire that is led by Eramis, the Fallen Kell of Darkness. The map for Europa has also been revealed, along with descriptions of the locations that players can explore on it:

Europa
Europa

Eventide Ruins

Once home to thousands of settlers, and now all that remains of Clovis Bray's colony.

Asterion Abyss

The Vex structures visible on the surface are only the tip of the iceberg.

Cadmus Ridge

A snowy landscape and the last-known location of the buried Bray Exoscience facility.

Charon's Crossing

The site of Europa's communication center and the origin of a distress signal sent by Variks.

Beyond

An old friend awaits us in this clearing that overlooks the conflict between Light and Dark.

Destiny 2: Beyond Light will also introduce three new Stasis subclasses for Guardians, which focus on using the power of The Darkness to control the battlefield and manipulate it to the advantage of players. Warlocks can become Shadebinders who freeze enemies in their tracks, Titan Behemoths can shatter the opposition, and Hunters can slow down adversaries using their new Revenant powers.

The new expansion will launch on November 10 for PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Stadia. Xbox One owners who have a Game Pass subscription will receive day one access to Beyond Light, in addition to the Forsaken and Shadowkeep expansions that are now available for download on the service. Additionally, Bungie has announced that Destiny 2's install size is being reduced, but you'll need to re-download it in full in November.

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