Destiny 2s Shadowkeep back to the Moon and it is giving off a Feeling of Darkness.

Published: July 7, 2019Destiny 2’S Shadowkeep Back To The Moon And It Is Giving Off A Feeling Of Darkness.

Back to the Moon now it is filled with Darkness.

Destiny 2s Shadowkeep back to the Moon give off a Feeling of Darkness. Bungie has shown off more of Destiny 2’s new moon location – and there’s more of a Dark feel to Destiny 2s Shadowkeep.

The moon location, which played a major role in Destiny 1, returns in Destiny 2 expansion Shadowkeep this fall. At the ongoing GuardianCon event, Bungie revealed a new video that gives us our best look yet at the destination. And boy is it looking awesome. 


Destiny 2s Shadowkeep Darkness

There are lots of dark and creepy places, gothic architecture and spiky towers. There are big black gates, (above) imposing walls and steps. Lots of steps that lead up to strange portals with spheres hovering inside them. And then there’s the Shadowkeep itself, a tall tower that overlooks the cracking surface of the moon below.


It’s a defiantly a new look and feel to previous expansion Forsaken. Forsaken included an area called The Dreaming City, a mysterious and beautiful place that rekindled memories of elven city Rivendell. So, we’re going from Forsaken’s beauty to Shadowkeep’s darkness. Rivendell to Mordor.

Wait, does this mean Eris Morn is Gollum?

Also Reviled at GuardianCon, the new Season of the Undying, which begins when Shadowkeep comes out in September, will trigger a Vex invasion across the solar system.

Shadowkeep looks to have lots of cool stuff. Several awesome changes are happening to Destiny now. We’ve barely scratched the surface of the Destiny 2 Season of Opulence yet we’re already drowning in details about the game’s next chapter, the Destiny 2 Shadowkeep expansion. There’s a lot to be excited for and plenty to go over, so we rounded up all the Destiny 2 Shadowkeep details you need to know.