Destiny 2: The Dreaming City True Ending Was A Trap, Bungie Confirms

For the past couple of weeks, players in Destiny 2 have been digging the sand to find if there’s anything released related to The Dreaming City curse cycle with Shadowkeep. And they’ve found something. Bungie released a lore book called ‘Truth to Power.’ Spoiler Alert: It is all based on a lie. In a lore entry, it says, “Achieve Light Level 999 to unlock the true ending of the Dreaming City.” Since that point, players have been grinding in Destiny 2 to get 999 Power Level, and one of us got to it.

No Dreaming City Ending At Power Level 999

Desitny 2 Dreaming City Curse

Bagel4k” was the first player to achieve Power Level 999. And for that, Bungie released a blog-post called ‘On the Power Climb.’ In this post, they confirmed that all of these hints that pointed to the True Ending of the Dreaming City was a trick by Savathun. One is confirmed now for sure, if the breaking of the curse wasn’t planned before, it surely is now.

“I am Savathûn, ravenous! I have set the snare and baited the trap. Is victory so easy, hero? I am the finality, the reward—I am the true ending. This is another gift. Your strength is my strength. Your victory is my victory. My jaws are wide and I am waiting. The wait is long, but I am ceaseless. I am Savathûn, fulfilled, delighted, expectant.”

These phrases were released with the appreciation blog-post yesterday by Bungie. This is the sayings of Savathun. “The wait is long, but I am ceaseless,” this line kind of confirms that there’s a long wait for her arrival which is not a good thing. Considering she was teased with the vanilla Destiny 2 story campaign and now it’s been 2 years. We hope to get the Savathun in Destiny 2 by 2020. What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comments! 

Destiny 2: Shadowkeep is now live on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, released on October 1, 2019, and later in November on Google Stadia.