New Destiny 2 Cinematic Brings A Character Back From The Dead

The last weekly reset brought a new cinematic into Destiny 2. It’s only accessible in certain conditions, and it carries with it a gigantic plot twist. It brings back one of the many deceased characters from the dead, but what that means for the wider world of the game, we do not know. If you keep reading, we’ll tell you how to access the new cutscene, as well as what you can expect to see. Basically, it’s going to be a whole lot of spoilers below the image, so proceed at your own peril.

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New Destiny 2 Cinematic Brings A Character Back From The Dead

Since this is the third week in the rotation, the curse in the Dreaming City is at its strongest. Presumably, the cinematic will only be available during this week – if you miss it, you’ll have to wait another two weeks before you can watch it. If you’ve been following the leaks closely, you’ve probably seen it already. If not, here’s what you need to do.

Go to Petra Venj, the Dreaming City vendor, and get the Offering bounty. Once you’ve obtained the offering for the Oracle, go to the Spine of Keres observatory and do what you usually do when delivering it. Except the Queen won’t be there this time. Instead, as you enter the throne room, you’ll be greeted with a new cutscene.

In it, a lone ghost wanders the Dreaming City. He sees a gazebo on a cliff in the distance and heads there. There’s a dead body on a pedestal in the gazebo, covered with a white sheet. The ghost decides to bring the corpse back to life, and as the newly undeceased person jumps up, the sheet falls down and we discover it’s none other than our old pal Uldren Sov. He throws glances left and right before the camera fades to black.

What does it all mean? Well, he’s a guardian now, it would seem. Many thing he’s going to be the new hunter vanguard, filling the shoes of Cayde-6, the lovable exo he himself viciously murdered. For now, all we know is that he’s back.

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