Destiny Lore Archive Is Producing A Destiny Lore Audio Experience
If you don’t have the time to keep track of all the lore in Destiny, then this project is exactly what you’ve been looking for.
An Australian voice actor has taken it upon themselves to create Destiny Lore Archive. This is a project that will, eventually, have a video in which the lore is recited for every single entry from Destiny 1 and 2.
Destiny Lore Archive
The project’s creator posted about it on Reddit, under the username Derster14. They explain that they’re an amateur voice actor, but avid Guardian. They wanted to build up their portfolio for voice acting, which is why they’ve started to record Destiny lore videos.
Each video is pretty simple, it has a lovely background, some ambient backing music, and the lore being spoken very clearly above it all. I’ve had a listen to a few, and I think that they’re all pretty well put together. You certainly can’t fault the voice acting, as it’s as smooth as listening to the Lore Daddy MyNameIsByf himself.
At the time of writing the project only has an introduction video, and a lore video for parts 1-3 of The Books of Sorrow. That in itself is still quite impressive, since there’s over an hour of audio there.
Speaking from experience, it’s incredibly difficult to get a decent audio recording of yourself. You need to have a half decent mic, a computer to work with the audio files afterwards, and some knowledge of how to edit the audio files in order to make them sound as good as possible.
With more and more Destiny lore being added with each season, I’m really excited for this project to pick up steam. So many lore entries are locked behind activities that you have to complete. Whether it’s a raid, maxing out your Gambit reputation, or blasting through every little bit of seasonal content when each one is live.
With a project like Destiny Lore Archive, we can all listen to every single lore entry in the Destiny universe without needing to grind through the game in order to obtain them. This might sound lazy, and to a degree it definitely is.
However, I’m looking at this from a time availability perspective. I don’t have as much time as many other Guardians do, which means that I miss out on a lot of lore entries. Destiny Lore Archive will allow me to listen to the lore entries, even if I don’t get through everything in a season or activity.
Let us know what you think of this project in the comments. Don’t forget to check out the YouTube channel for Destiny Lore Archive here.
Image Source: YouTube