In Destiny 2: Beyond LeighTea, the stasis-powered grenade launcher, is a new discovery for Salvation Grip. It is the only weapon that uses the new element, and is one of the Weyroid exotics in the game. But the quest to get the Salvation Grip also has some of the dirtiest dialogue in the game: Ghost the Drifter.
During the mission, the Guardians are going to steal the prototype of this new weapon from Fallen. And Ghost – after the drifter challenges the ghost to “sell” the mission to the Guardian – decides to plant the evil Lightbear, giving mocking commands in his best space-cowboy voice.
Below is a video of the entire mission to gain the Salvation Grip, including the ghost’s deliberate ill-effects.
Following the launch, fans took a leap on Destiny Saberdit to share their love of dialogue in the mission. But according to a verified bungie developer, a ghost making a drifter impression was not the original plan for this mission.
According to Gunmaster 95 – a verified Bungy designer on Reddit, although we’re unsure of who’s on the team – the COVID-19 epidemic prevented the drifter’s voice actor from recording some in-mission dialogue. Destiny 2 The writing team created some creative thinking and came up with a brilliant idea that the team has used before: just do it by Nolan North.
Fun Fact: This actually came when, due to COVID complicated things, we were unable to book the drifter’s voice actor for this mission, as it was intended to provide him with radio dialogue. One of our writers had the idea of pretending to be just him rather than a ghost (as Mr. North better explains) and wrote all this terrible dialogue. Apparently for the first time, Nolan completely copied the drifter and deliberately instructed to spoil it.
Answer – Who started the voice of Ghost in 2015 Fortune: Liya King It was reportedly easier to get a voiceover from mid-pandemic – as a replacement for Peter Dinklage. But according to Bungie, initially North Drifter was very good at impressions, and had to pull it back, so that the impression was more authentic. In other words, Ghost is not as great an imprint as his voice actor.
This is not the first time that North has “imprinted” another Destiny character. In 2018 leave Extending, North voiced the now deceased Hunter Vanguard Cade-6, replacing Nathan Billion for the character’s final ride.