On this week’s episode of In Orbit, the In Orbit crew discusses Destiny 2 and our current ending run with Destiny 1. Discussion begins with the invitations sent out by Bungie to the popular streamers like Gothalion, TripleWRECK, and more with the image showing a dead ghost and the ominous words “welcome to a world without light”.

Unlike other Bungie streams, this stream is happening in Hawthorne, California at the Jet Center with the invitation stating “Bungie & Activision” meaning this will be a gigantic event, bigger than previous Destiny DLC/expansion reveals. The In Orbit crew discusses what this means for the game, and what will be revealed. The In Orbit crew also discuss My Name Is Byf’s video which we will include in the show notes. It is a fascinating glimpse into Radegast, the first of the Iron Lords. The crew then discusses raiding, and how we have reached the maximum with this game and how we are approaching raids.

With Destiny 2 around the corner, various other games, and new consoles out, what more are we to gain with raiding? We end the episode with our live audience providing questions on this week’s Messages from the Reef!


Jorge Veguilla

Born in the 80's, given a NES and Gameboy at a young age, Jorge grew up in gaming and experienced gaming in many cultures due to moving around the world. Now in New Jersey, an older Jorge continues his journey in gaming. Adobo included.

David Schnoes

Been gaming since birth and he\'s not gonna stop now. Call of Duty was the first shooter that pulled him in and his love for shooters has developed into a love of Destiny. He\'s now a Guardian, proud to protect the traveler and slay my foes in Crucible.

Jordan Kahlenberg

A former professional cyclist, gaming has always been Jordan\\\'s preferred method of stress-relief. Traditionally an action RPG\\\'er, he has recently been ensnared in the modern MMO/RPG/FPS genre, and talks about it as a host of In Orbit.

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