An emote in Destiny 2 is letting players glitch through walls and, amazingly fittingly, it’s the Bureaucratic Walk inspired by Monty Pythons’ Ministry of Silly Walks sketch.
This means that in game, you very well might see “[Player] walks ridiculously” appear, right before said player kicks high in the air, moves backwards, crouches, and vanishes through a wall.
The glitch is pretty crazy, and so far, it seems to work just about anywhere outside of the Tower. On one hand, this is bound to lead to lots of cheating in PvP scenarios, but on the other hand, it also lets wannabe explorers poke around for secrets and undeveloped areas in the games—or even silly walk all the way through the Leviathan Raid.
Bungie seems to be aware of the glitch, as well the company should be given its potential to be exploited. The emote was previously on sale in the in-game microtransaction shop, and after the first wave of videos showing how to perform the glitch was released, Bungie pulled it from the store. If you already have the emote from the sale, however, you’re currently still able to Bureaucratic Walk through walls.
Destiny 2 is currently out on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. A PC version of the game releases on October 24th.