Festival of the Lost returns to Destiny tonight

Destiny’s spook-tacular Halloween event, Festival of the Lost is back again for another year.

Yesterday, Bungie released the trailer above, confirming the return of the event from reset tonight; 8pm AEDT. Festival of the Lost will run from tonight until reset on November 8. Guardians will be able to explore the newly decorated social spaces and unlock new masks, gear, emotes, consumables, and more.

A new questline will also be available from the Iron Temple. Bungie has launched the official page of Festival of the Lost today and confirmed that there will be two new ornament for Bad Juju and a whole host of new emotes and respawn animations. Guardians will also be able to unlock a new sparrow, but best of all is the new Ghost shell that covers it in a sheet, letting your Ghost play dress ups as a…well, ghost.

Festival of the Lost launches tonight at 8pm AEDT.


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