A Guardian did some investigation and discovered that the much-loved voice actor for Zavala, Lance Reddick, had been playing Destiny 2 the night before he passed away.
The voice actor for Destiny 2 His portrayal of Zavala over the game’s many years had a lasting influence on the player base. As a result, the community held a great deal of affection for Lance Reddick. On other occasions, Lance motivated the Destiny community by bringing in movies and other content, which encouraged and lifted the spirits of those already feeling good.
Because of the tragic and unexpected passing of Lance Reddick a few days ago, the gaming community has banded together in a show of solidarity to honor everything that he had done to contribute to the sport. His wife stepped forward and expressed gratitude to the players who paid tribute to her husband, noting that “Lance loved you as much as he loved the game.” Destiny 2 was such an integral part of Lance’s life that his wife felt compelled to express her gratitude.
Uncovering His Passion for the Game and Legacy in the Community
One of the Guardians, in particular, successfully located Lance’s Destiny login and learned that he continued to play the game until the very night that he passed away. According to the information on the Bungie website, Lance’s Guardian was most recently found in the EDZ investigating the free zone. As a player was searching through old videos that he had posted on his Twitter page, some of which focused on his account specifically, he was able to find out his username.
It would appear that Lance played Destiny 2 quite a bit, despite the fact that he is pretty busy working as a well-known actor, voice actor, and in other capacities. Before he passed away, he was in the process of finishing the Lightfall campaign and was only one mission away from completing the fight against Calus.
Many players of Destiny 2 were disheartened when they learned of the news, and this revelation has just added to their sense of loss. Research conducted by other players revealed that Reddick had an astounding Triumph score of 22,000, further establishing his reputation as a skilled player in the Destiny 2 community. Another person could locate his total hours played, which totaled 2,800 hours between Destiny 1 and 2, with 1,400 hours spent playing each game.
Not only for his unforgettable performance as Zavala but also as a community leader, icon, and source of inspiration, Lance Reddick will be sadly missed by the Destiny 2 community.