Something interesting to point out and I cannot be the only one that noticed this. The Deep has a reoccurring theme in the soundtracks. When anything remotely references the Darkness it takes on an electronic theme. There are a lot of synths being used, even guitar riffs. I am trying to be careful what I call it because it is not so much dance music as it is symphonic and thought provoking.
It's not HIVE, but it is used around them sometimes.
The Taken, a ghostly fighting force that stems beyond Oryx being of the Deep, uses it.
The end cutscene of Destiny 2 for sure uses it.
Forsaken has been filled with it. Especially Gambit.
What is Gambit but a Dark Guardian working with a creature that very much might make up the Deep, the final shape of the Universe?
I like it. I really hope Bungie continues with this theme.
Help me out here and take note wherever you hear it. Bungie is blatant with their foreshadowing outside the grimoire and people tend to overthink their [b]Keep It Simple, Stupid[/b] approach. Every expansion, every new threat, and every new plot device has been [url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GN-jHOhibf0]hand delivered to us on a silver platter[/url] like [url=https://youtu.be/GaXHDpCe-KI?t=93]Count Dooku telling Obi-Wan to his face that Darth Sidious runs the Republic and has orchestrated the Clone Wars.[/url]
We can use this to take note and learn more about the true final shape and its heroic role in the future.
(Shell of What Was - Only To Contrast with Gambino 2.0)
(Shadow Thief - bits and pieces)
(Long Live the King - bits and pieces)
(Whisper of Jason Jones)
<Considering that the reveal at the end of D2 sounds like the same instruments used in Gambit (but darker and more intense), and Shell of What Was being used for some major bosses, it's entirely possible that themes like that would be worked into D3.>