Bungie has announced its next plans for the Destiny Content Vault, which if you aren’t familiar with, is Bungie’s plans for vaulting certain content in Destiny 2. This means the content will be removed from the game to make room for newer stuff for players to do.
Destiny 2 Forsaken Campaign & Tangled Shore Location Going Into The Vault
In a post on the Bungie website today, the team announced that it will be removing the Forsaken campaign as well as the Tangled Shore destination. It will also be vaulting a number of different activities linked to the Tangled Shore and Forsaken campaign.
Bungie has clearly outlined what is being removed and what is staying in the post, which you can read an excerpt of below.
“While most of the Year 4 Seasonal content will be vaulted, certain Year 4 content will persist in Year 5, including the Proving Grounds strike and the Battlegrounds activities. Beginning in February, the existing Battlegrounds will be combined with strikes into a new “Vanguard Operations” playlist that will be free for all players. In addition, the Warden of Nothing strike will remain in the game and will be available to all players for free. Lastly, all of Spider’s currency exchange function will be taken over by Master Rahool in the Tower when the Tangled Shore is moved into the DCV.”
It’s also important to note that The Dreaming City, which was also introduced in Forsaken, will remain as it’s a crucial part of the narrative moving forward.
The Forsaken campaign will be free for all players starting on December 7. If you haven’t experienced it yet, this is the time before it goes into the vault.
For those who haven’t experienced it, you can also purchase the Forsaken Pack which will grant you some extra goodies like access to The Last Wish Raid and Shattered Throne Dungeon, as well as three Forsaken Ciphers to grab any non-raid Exotics from the expansion you may be missing.
If you already own Forsaken you’ll be given this pack free of charge and if you already own all of the Exotics from Forsaken you’ll be given Ascendant Shards instead.
All of this will take place shortly ahead of The Witch Queen launch on February 22, 2022. Be sure to catch up before it’s too late!
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