Destiny 2 Will Feature More Lance Reddick Performances, Bungie Confirms

Destiny 2 Will Feature More Lance Reddick Performances, Bungie Confirms

Richard Walker

Bungie has confirmed that Destiny 2 will play host to more performances from actor Lance Reddick, who passed away last week at the age of 60. Reddick provided the voice of Commander Zavala, becoming “virtually synonymous with Destiny itself,” Bungie said in a statement.

“For nearly a decade, Guardians around the world have found purpose and comfort in Zavala’s presence, bolstered by that unmistakable voice, so full of strength, serenity, and nobility,” the developer writes in a tribute on its blog.

“The tributes that have poured in for Lance have been overwhelming; from endless heartfelt messages on social media to impromptu gatherings of respect in Zavala’s corner of the Tower, overlooking the Last City,” the post continues. “As an actor, musician, gamer, and family man, the passion Lance brought to the things he loved was reflected in the eyes and hearts of all who loved him.”

Bungie adds that it will “honour” Riddick's presence in Destiny 2 “through his performances yet to come in the game, and in the memories that will last us a lifetime." The studio goes on to say: "We are deeply saddened by his passing but so thankful for the time we spent together, and our thoughts are with his friends and loved ones.

“Thank you for everything, Lance. We will miss you.”

  • Ya no they need to kill him off in-game as bungie you can't spin milking a dead person.
  • *Facepalm
  • Why is everyone upset about this, they probably have all future seasonal content with him already recorded. For all we know he might die by the end of this expansion.
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