Deep Stone Lullaby Is The Best Music In Destiny 2
Chill out and listen to the best music you’ve ever heard in a game.
Ever since Deep Stone Crypt released, there’s been a lot of talk about the best music ever created for the game. It’s called Deep Stone Lullaby, and you’d miss it if you weren’t paying attention. I have been paying attention though. Sometimes so much that I forget I’m in a raid, much to the anger of my fellow Guardians. To help you avoid having a similar moment, why don’t you stop now and take a moment to listen to the best music in the series so far right here?
This video is just the music. You can set it to play and read on, or get on with something else. There are better ones if you want something visually stimulating too though. check out the next one.
Through some strategic angling of their Guardian, the user who created this was able to capture something truly amazing. It’s Europa from space, and it looks beautiful. The station keeps on spinning, and the skybox keeps on looking beautiful. This is probably my second favourite, with the best one being the next one.
This video might be a bit of a spoiler for the Deep Stone Crypt raid, but not a massive spoiler. It shows you the process that some Guardians need to go through as part of the raid, but it won’t ruin your experience. It’s also got the best views of the system you could ever hope to get in Destiny 2. I love watching this because the music seems to permeate all the violence and threats. It’s just beautiful.
The composers at Bungie have always pulled out all the stops when it comes to creating music for the game, but this really is something else. It’s like they took the hopes and feelings of all Guardians, and compressed them into this one single sound file.
There are few moments in gaming when a piece of music makes me stop and listen. Usually, there’s too much going on on the screen. That’s not the case with Destiny 2 at all. This is just the latest moment that the game has given me, and I’m sure it’s been a moment for you as well.
Use this song as a reminder to stop every now and then and take in the scenery.
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