Destiny 2: The Witch Queen

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen is the sequel to 2014's Destiny and its subsequent expansions, 2015's The Taken King, and 2016's Rise of Iron. It was released on February 22, 2022.


Destiny 2: The Witch Queen tells the story of perhaps one of the main villains of the Destiny universe - Savatoon, the queen of deception. Recently, she managed to fool the entire Vanguard by taking over the body of warlock Osiris and then was exiled with the help of Mara Owl's coven ritual. 

In the new addition, events unfold rapidly and, often, extremely unexpectedly. Savatoon somehow escapes death and takes possession of the sacred Light of the Wanderer, gaining the ability to be reborn after death - in the same way, that the guards do. 

Also on the scene is a new supervillain, a certain Witness, who controls the pyramids of Darkness and steals entire planets. That, by the way, is how Bungie explains the disappearance of entire worlds that used to be available for exploration.  

Here before us is content created primarily for the active players of the project. Veterans of the franchise will learn really shocking things about the Wanderer, will be able to finally defeat the hated queen of lies, and lift the veil of mystery over the mysteries of Light and Darkness. From a fan's point of view, the campaign is really cool, and in some ways, it puts a lot of familiar things upside down.

The gameplay is also very diverse. We will have to solve riddles, illuminate dark caves with special clots of orange crap stuck on the walls, defeat bosses with rather unusual mechanics, and even take part in chases. In short, both from a visual point of view and in terms of gameplay, everything is just fine here.


Destiny 2: The Witch Queen is visually stunning, with graphics that are on par with the best that the console market has to offer. Environments are detailed and lush, and character models are impressively realistic. The game's color palette is muted but consistent, lending the game a feeling of maturity and weight.

The graphics of Destiny 2: The Witch Queen are excellent. The game features beautiful landscapes and stunning character models. The game is one of the most graphically impressive games on the market.


The controls are tight and responsive, making the game easy to pick up and play. Weapons and abilities are easy to access and use, and the game's menus are well organized and easy to navigate.

The controls of Destiny 2: The Witch Queen are excellent. The game features tight and responsive controls that make the game feel smooth and fluid. The game is easy to pick up and play, but also has a lot of depth for players who want to explore its mechanics.


Destiny 2: The Witch Queen is a highly replayable game. The game's content can be completed in a variety of ways, and its cooperative multiplayer and player-versus-player game modes offer a wealth of content that can be enjoyed for hours on end.


Destiny 2: The Witch Queen is an excellent game that offers something for everyone. The game's story-based campaign is well-written and enjoyable, and its cooperative multiplayer and player-versus-player game modes are some of the best that the industry has to offer. 

Destiny 2: The Witch Queen is a well-made game. It is well-executed, and it is sure to please fans of the first game. The graphics are great, the controls are excellent, and the replayability is high. The game is sure to be a hit and is highly recommended.


  • Many different weapons and abilities to choose from
  • Interesting and large story campaign
  • Varied and interesting level design
  • Excellent graphics and visuals
  • Varied and diverse gameplay


  • Some minor glitches and bugs
  • Repetitive gameplay

Graphics and Sound 8

Controls 9

Gameplay 9

Lasting Appeal 9