Destiny 2: A Matter Of Time Quest Steps -- How To Unlock The Sundial | The Sundial is the major new activity in Destiny 2's newly launched Season of Dawn. Much like the Vex Offensive, Bungie expects you to spend the next

Destiny 2: A Matter Of Time Quest Steps -- How To Unlock The Sundial

Destiny 2: A Matter Of Time Quest Steps -- How To Unlock The Sundial

Destiny 2: A Matter Of Time Quest Steps -- How To Unlock The Sundial

Destiny 2: A Matter Of Time Quest Steps -- How To Unlock The Sundial

Destiny 2: A Matter Of Time Quest Steps -- How To Unlock The Sundial

Destiny 2: A Matter Of Time Quest Steps -- How To Unlock The Sundial
Destiny 2: A Matter Of Time Quest Steps -- How To Unlock The Sundial
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The Sundial is the major new activity in Destiny 2's newly launched Season of Dawn. Much like the Vex Offensive, Bungie expects you to spend the next few months with this replayable activity to grind out new weapons and rewards. But before you can do so, you'll need to make your way through a quest--A Matter of Time--in order to gain access. Here's what to expect from each quest step to unlock the Sundial--and, by extension, this season's artifact, which is given to you following your first Sundial run.

While it's the big headlining feature of Season of Dawn, there's a lot more to check out in Destiny 2 right now. Along with a revamped Eververse, Bungie has implemented changes across the board. Solar subclasses, Exotics, and numerous weapons and pieces of armor have been tweaked in various ways, while the Power cap has been raised by 10. We're still digging into the new update, but for now, check out the update 2.7.0 patch notes.

A Matter of Time Quest Steps

A Disturbance on Mercury

  • Osiris located

For this step, select Mercury from the Director and you'll see a new Sundial Spire option near the top of the map. Head there and proceed straight up the stairs, past the enemies, to speak with Osiris.

Recovery Operation

  • Sundial components recovered

To begin repairing the first obelisk, you'll head to the Tangled Shore. The obelisk is located right next to the Thieves' Landing landing zone, but you'll instead want to head up to Soriks's Cut, where you'll find Cabal. You'll need to kill Cabal to obtain Sundial components for this quest step. Any Cabal will do, but you can speed up your progress by using Solar weapons or abilities, which can cause Cabal to drop multiple materials at a time.

Reinforcements

  • Bank materials at the obelisk

Head to Thieves' Landing and interact with the Obelisk to deposit the Sundial components you've collected.

Light Collection

  • Light charge collected

Next, you'll need to collect Light by killing enemies with abilities or Supers, or by collecting Orbs of Light. Your best bet is to seek out upcoming public events on the Tangled Shore so you can rally to the banner and obtain your Super instantly. Masterwork weapons will also drop Orbs of Light to help speed along your progress.

Light Infusion

  • Bank the Light

Again, just head to the obelisk and deposit the Light you've collected.

Timeline Stabilization

The obelisk is now "attuned." You can visit it to get some instructions on the basics of how the Sundial activity works in relation to the obelisks. The obelisk itself now functions like a vendor, offering up bounties--with more available if you cash in Polarized Fractalines to increase the Resonance Rank of the obelisk.

A Missing Link

As part of the explanation of the obelisks, you're told that you can "link" an obelisk to the Sundial, thereby determining what rewards you'll receive upon completion of a Sundial run. You can only have a limited number of obelisks linked at a time, so you'll need to make some decisions about what items you want before jumping into the Sundial.

Visit Osiris

With the first obelisk set up, you now head back to Mercury to speak with Osiris again. He'll grant you access to the Sundial.

The Sundial

With Osiris giving you the go-ahead, you'll now find the Sundial playlist on Mercury's map--it's in the upper right. The recommended Power is 850, and as with things like the Menagerie and Vex Offensive, it's a six-player activity with matchmaking enabled.

Overwatch Winter Wonderland Event Begins

Overwatch Winter Wonderland Event Begins

Overwatch has rung in the holiday season with its annual Winter Wonderland event on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. The event will run from December 10 through January 2, and includes a new game mode, new cosmetics and skins, and weekly challenges.

The new mode is a mini-game dubbed "Snowball Deathmatch." It's an eight-player free-for-all where everyone plays as Mei with a snowball gun, but there's a twist. Mei gets a new "Catch" ability allowing her to catch enemy snowballs and add it to her own ammo count. The first player to score 15 eliminations wins.

The event will also feature seven new skins--four Legendary that can be opened in loot boxes, and three Epic that can be earned through weekly challenges. The Epic skins include Ugly Sweater Soldier 76 (Week 1), Holly Moira (Week 2), and Snow Angel Mercy (Week 3). Legendaries include Jotunn Doomfist, Mountain Man McCree, Rat King Reaper, and Rime Sigma. Plus, as usual, you can earn a collection of new player icons and sprays.

The event comes alongside a significant new patch. That update adds a new "While You Wait" feature that lets you pick from various options to toy with as you wait to find a match. You could use a practice range, skirmish, play a little deathmatch, or even enter a custom game mode. It also includes a number of bug fixes and hero balance updates, which you can read about here.

Switch Exclusive Sports Story Is A Golf Story Sequel, And It Sounds Wild

Switch Exclusive Sports Story Is A Golf Story Sequel, And It Sounds Wild

Nintendo Switch exclusive Golf Story is getting a sequel: Sports Story. Announced via a trailer during Nintendo's latest Indie World Showcase, Sports Story expands on Golf Story's wacky take on a golf-centered game to tell an even more wild story that sees you play a wide variety of different sports.

The new Sports Story trailer, embedded below, showcases a return of Golf Story's golf mechanics and the addition of tennis, soccer, baseball, volleyball, and fishing too. Like its predecessor, Sports Story will use these sports to create unique interpretations of classic RPG missions and tropes, such as dungeons, spy missions, and more. Also, like Golf Story, Sports Story will be a Switch exclusive, releasing for Nintendo's hybrid console in mid-2020.

For those who haven't played it, Golf Story is one of the best RPGs of 2017, following a man who decides to quit his job and leave his long-time girlfriend to go pursue profession golfing after having not played the sport in 20 years. The graphics, storytelling, and characters are all reminiscent of Earthbound--but instead of engaging in typical RPG turn-based battles, all of your problems are solved through golfing. And I do mean all of your problems, ranging from battling the undead to solving a Who Dunnit-style murder mystery. It's a very fun game, with excellent writing and a wonderfully humorous story.

Axiom Verge 2 Will Launch On Nintendo Switch In 2020; New Trailer Released

Axiom Verge 2 Will Launch On Nintendo Switch In 2020; New Trailer Released

During the latest Indie World Showcase, Nintendo announced that Axiom Verge is getting a sequel. Axiom Verge 2 is scheduled to release sometime in Fall 2020.

The announcement only confirmed Axiom Verge 2 would be releasing for Nintendo Switch, but that doesn't necessarily mean that the game won't release on several of the same platforms as its predecessor--such as PC, PS4, and Xbox One. It's probably unlikely Axiom Verge 2 will release on PS Vita and Wii U, the other two systems that saw releases of the first game.

Axiom Verge is a side-scroller metroidvania that also takes gameplay inspiration from games like Contra, Blaster Master, and Bionic Commando. The game was entirely developed by Tom Happ, who also did the art and music for the game--an undertaking we've learned can be emotionally and mentally taxing. Nintendo's announcement did not reveal whether Happ is the sole developer behind Axiom Verge 2 as well.

In GameSpot's Axiom Verge review, Peter Brown wrote, "Axiom Verge is a game that's easy to fall in love with because it hits so many high notes. It takes the metroidvania model and adds layers of ingenuity that are in a league all of their own, the most notable being the Address Disruptor. Yes it's occasionally drab looking, and some enemies may not fit in with the rest of the world, but when a game is this good, these blemishes quickly fade into the back of your mind."

Axiom Verge 2 wasn't the only sequel announced during the Indie World Showcase. Nintendo also revealed the Switch exclusive Golf Story is getting a sequel called Sports Story.

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