Lightfall’ provides an iconic ‘JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure’ dance

Destiny 2 enlargement Lightfall launched this week, and gamers are nonetheless uncovering all the things it accommodates – together with a brand new emote that references an iconic scene from the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure anime.

Added with the launch of Lightfall, the emote is known as Torturous Dance. The beauty is a reference to the fan-favourite Torture Dance that JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure characters carry out in a single scene of the anime’s Golden Wind arc.

When geared up, the Torturous Dance lets gamers carry out the identical dance that’s seen within the present. The emote’s in-store description – “Vocal percussion on an entire ‘nother level” – also references the Prince-inspired track ‘Canzoni Preferite’ that performs throughout the scene in JoJos.

The emote has confirmed in style with each Destiny and JoJo’s followers. A tweet exhibiting the Torturous Dance alongside the anime’s unique scene has over 20,000 likes on Twitter, with customers praising the faithfulness of Bungie’s recreation.

Amusingly, it’s not the primary JoJo’s reference that Bungie has added to Destiny 2. Last yr, the developer added a Standout Pose emote to the sci-fi shooter, a reference to a stance popularised by two JoJo’s protagonists.

Elsewhere, Lightfall has introduced loads of different new options to Destiny 2 – together with a brand new marketing campaign, one other raid, and the introduction of three extra subclasses.

While the newest enlargement led to Destiny 2 hitting its highest-ever concurrent participant rely on Steam, it has struggled with a lot of technical points at launch.

PC gamers have suffered from endless loading screens and issues with the sport’s efficiency, whereas Xbox Series X|S followers have been coping with an “increase in crashes” and points with logging in.

In different Destiny information, Bungie lately received a £3.7million lawsuit in opposition to AimJunkies, an organization that bought cheats for the sport.

Shortly after the settlement was introduced, the studio focused a second cheat vendor with a lawsuit value £5.5million.

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