Destiny 2 Shows First 3-Player Emote from Shadowkeep

destiny 2 shows 3-player emote from shadowkeep

It's been known for some time that the PC version of Destiny 2 was making the move to Steam following the Activision split, but developer Bungie recently released a new trailer detailing a few facts about the transfer. Interested parties will be able to sign up to transfer their account to Steam on August 20, 2019, with all their progress, gear, triumphs, and rewards coming with them. The developer also suggests that it's so easy "even a titan could do it," but that's not the most eye-catching part of the trailer.

At one point in this new Destiny 2 trailer, players see three guardians performing a new emote together, seemingly confirming that this 3-player emote will arrive when Shadowkeep launches in October. It's also worth mentioning that it could have been something different, such as 3 players doing the same emote separately at the exact same time, but that doesn't seem to be the likeliest scenario.

After all, multiplayer emotes are not new to Destiny 2, so a 3-player emote would only need a slight tweak to accommodate. A regular 2-player emote has one player initiate the emote, with the nearby second player able to accept an emote invitation. Because this is a rather straightforward set-up, a 3-player emote is by no means a stretch of the imagination, as it would only need to have two players accept the invite as opposed to one.

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Regardless, with Shadowkeep launching October 1, players do not have a terribly long wait to see if 3-player emotes are actually coming to Destiny 2. More Shadowkeep information is already confirmed for Gamescom, a livestream concerning the Armor 2.0 system is set for next week, franchise director Luke Smith has an 8-page blog update coming soon about the future of the game, and there are currently plans for a big new Destiny 2 Shadowkeep PVP reveal.

The 3-player emote can be seen in the trailer above around the 24-second mark. What's clear about everything come to the game is that Bungie is looking to establish itself, and it seems to be on the right foot for many fans. With so much going on between Destiny 2's Solstice of Heroes and Shadowkeep, year 2 is ending on a high note, and year 3 is starting off with a bang.

Destiny 2 is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, with a Stadia version in development.

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