The destiny The universe is full of weapons that cry out to come to life in some way or another, whether by hand or by machine. Many players are bringing these weapons to the real world, most often recreating the various hand cannons that Bungie has given players to fight the darkness. However, one intrepid gamer put his 3D printer into overdrive to bring the Destiny 2 Exotic sniper rifle, Whisper of the Worm, to life.
Whisper of the Worm was introduced as part of Destiny 2the 2018 expansion, Warmind, as the spiritual successor to the original Black Hammer and Black Spindle sniper rifles destiny. Players could earn the weapon in what would become the first of several challenging exotic missions that Bungie would drop in the game. Traditionally, the weapon is the form the Hive Worm God Xol took after his defeat. in the hands of the guards during Warmindcampaign to feed on the destruction left in the wake of the Guardians.
Instagram user @lazar_kuna posted the 3D print of his Whisper of the Worm on social media, where he quickly toured the destinysocial media communities. Lazar went with the default weapon design for his 3D printed model, which sees the weapon imbued with Taken energy to reflect its connection to the dark.
It’s far from the first Destiny 2 weapon lazar_kuna brought its 3D printed models to life. They produced 3D print models of several hand cannons, including Hawkmoon, Sunshot, Last Word, and Thorn, as well as other weapons like Outbreak Perfected and Dead Man’s Tale. Lazar’s creativity extends beyond Destiny 2, well, with inspired 3D models Ratchet and Clank and Apex Legends featured on their social networks.
Lazar’s work is another example of the creativity that is regularly highlighted within the destiny community with similar works. Some creators follow a similar path as Lazar, creating 3D prints of other weapons like the Ace of Spades or Gjallarhorn to reflect their love for the universe Bungie has cultivated. Other fan efforts include digital weapon concepts inspired by the game’s lore, such as an Aunor-themed hand cannon, or a retro-style art box for players to check out.
It also speaks to the community Bungie has cultivated around the shared-world sci-fi looter-shooter since the original game released in 2014. Players continue to fall in love with the characters, stories, worlds, weapons and everything else. the rest who populate the destiny universe. It is likely that this will continue when The witch queen The expansion will be released in 2022 as Bungie builds its Light and Darkness saga to its peak.
Destiny 2 is currently available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Stadia, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X / S.
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