Bungie has lifted the veil on Forsaken, Destiny 2’s fall expansion, which features plenty of major changes, and the expected array of new locales, enemies, and of course a new raid. Gambit joins the game as a new hybrid game mode combining PvE and PvP, where two teams compete in separate arenas to fight enemies and collect as many motes as they can.
Gambit will be a separate mode on the Director, existing alongside other play modes like Crucible. These matches open with both four-player teams staring each other down, with an opportunity to taunt and emote at their opponents.
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Enemies killed in your arena drop motes, which you can pick up and bank. That also sends a blocker to the enemy team, which will prevent them from banking until they destroy it. Filling up the bank eventually summons a boss called the Prime Evil - the team which defeats it first wins the match.
PvE comes in as an option for one player from each team to invade the other team’s arena, killing enemy players and generally causing a nuisance during the match. Bungie hopes this hybrid mode will get a little of the competitive spirit instilled in PvE players who’ve bounced off of Crucible in the past.