Leaked Video Shows DLC That Could Have Been… Or Still Could Be.

The Destiny DLC that never was? Or a sneak peek at a future Destiny 2 story line or DLC? You be the judge.

A newly found animation shows a Vex Goblin being created with the milky fluid that we’ve all grown so fond of shooting out of their stomachs. The only real question is why the 34 seconds of silent computer generated footage were ever computer generated in the first place.

The leading theory for the video’s origin is that it was part of a canceled Destiny expansion. Previous leaks indicated that DLC named, “Vex Void” was meant to follow The Taken King, but Bungie changed their direction and dropped the project.

That left The Hive and The Fallen with their own dedicated expansions with The Dark Below and House of Wolves. This meant that the Vex and The Cabal grumbled and kicked rocks in the corner which is an atrocity since those are my two favorite enemies to face.

Destiny 2 is still planned for 2017 and Bungie has likely turned almost all of its attention to the sequel so the chances of us seeing whatever original Destiny adventures this video was meant to tease are slim.

The studio has taken scrapped material and reworked it into new missions and areas in the past. The Taken King’s Dreadnaught was originally meant to be part of the base game so we may not have seen the last of this Vex maternity ward.

What do you think about the video? Would you have wanted a Vex DLC?



Author: slayer1223

Clevelander born to love bad sports teams, play heavy metal, eat greasy food and always beat the game on the hardest difficulty first

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