Lance Reddick was a bigger Destiny 2 player than most might have thought
A true guardian through and through.
The late actor Lance Reddick may be known for playing Destiny 2 in his day, but few may have realized just how active he really was.
After Reddick’s death on March 17, 2023, Reddit user TechSwag published a post on the Destiny 2 subreddit detailing the number of times the actor played the game. After watching some of the videos he posted on his Twitter accounthe noticed that Reddick’s account name was visible and ran it through the official Bungie website.
This revealed that Reddick had put more than 1400 hours into Destiny 2 and that he had completed all of the Lightfall missions except for one, which he played on the night of his death. He had also played a significant amount with a Titan main over the past 18 months, although he was better known in the community for regularly using a Warlock main.
The majority of the subreddit has reacted with surprise and admiration to this information. Some have even backed the reveal with stories from Reddick, who has joined a multitude of gamers online as he has played the game and spoken of his love for the franchise.
The news comes amid a wave of sadness and love for the actor following his unexpected death at the age of 60. Players even came together for memorial services in Reddick’s honor, where they rallied around Commander Zavala – the character he voiced – for mass moments of silence. Additional commemorations are being planned and held throughout the weekend and are likely to continue in the coming days or weeks.
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