Saturday, October 23rd, 2021

Destiny 2 loses extensions to abandoned Vault

Bungee Presentation The Destiny 2 Forsaken campaign will enter the Destiny Content Vault early next year.

Players will have access to the content until February 22nd. At that point, the campaign and Tangled Shore destinations end the game. This is the same day as Destiny 2’s fifth-year launch, which includes an extension to The Witch Queen. Bungy says Forsaken’s departure also gives way to new features such as weapon creation, legendary difficulty campaign options, and new weapon types.

If you haven’t played the Forsaken campaign yet, it will be available for free to all Destiny players starting December 7th.

Bungie created the Destiny Content Vault last year as a way to start recycling Destiny 1 and 2 content. Last year, Bungie added three campaigns to Vault: Red War, Curse of Osiris, and Warmind. In addition to campaigns, vaults can also include strikes, gambit maps, raids, and other content.

It’s a big time for the bungee world. In addition to future witch queen expansions, Destiny has the potential to extend beyond games to TV shows and movies. And with Bungie recently adding voice chat to Destiny 2’s cross-play, it’s a little easier to enjoy cross-play. Bungie has also removed the controversial employee contract clause as a step towards improving workplace diversity.

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