Just like clockwork, it's that time of the year again in Destiny 2: Shadowkeep. We're talking Halloween! Whether it's the Bloody Harvest in Borderlands 3 or some other spooktacular event, games are pulling out all the stops to give us a good scare. Enter the Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost 2019 celebrations. Here's what we know so far about this particular Halloween event and what we're expecting.
Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost 2019: What We Know
If you've been keeping an eye on the festivities from previous years, then you might be relieved to know that not much has changed. Here's some basic information about the Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost this year:
- It's going to run from October 29 to November 19
- All players will be able to access the Festival of the Lost even if they don't own Shadowkeep
With last year's Halloween shenanigans, the game's story heavily colored the general vibe of the Festival of the Lost so we can predict that the same thing will happen in 2019. Yes, we've made a million and one "Moon's haunted" jokes ever since Destiny 2: Shadowkeep dropped, but continuing in that fine tradition wouldn't be remiss at all considering everything.
We've seen some strange altars pop up recently that have been giving us lip (and we wrote about them too) - maybe those will finally be solved come Festival time? Whatever the overall direction, we can bet that there's going to quests, bounties, and more from the Moon's finest. It's possible that we'll also be able to get a second crack at the Haunted Forest, though this hasn't yet been confirmed by Bungie. We don't think we'll have to wait much longer for an update on these things though, so we can likely expect more information from Bungie about how to kick off the spooky season.
Now that we've shared with you what we know about the Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost 2019 plan, we can all wait together with bated breath when it comes to what's next. As soon as we hear more from the Bungie team about which vendors or quests will spark everything, we'll hit our guides hub with an update. In the meantime, do you need a hand with anything else, Guardian? Check out our guide on how to reset Valor in Destiny 2: Shadowkeep if you like.