‘Destiny 2’ sends more content to the vault

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Excluded will be removed, but free for a limited time at the end of the year

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Bungie has announced that more content will be removed fate 2 When will the next expansion release?

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fate 2 Live since August 2017 and has been continuously receiving updates and expansions since then. To keep the game under control, Bungie has to remove content from time to time. The first time this happened, it removed most of the content added during the game’s first year. Now with the next expansion of the game, NS witch queenOn the way, it’s time to vault more stuff.

When NS witch queen Added in February 2022, leave The campaign and the tricky noisy location will be moved to the contents vault. This means that story missions and any activities in Tangled Coast will no longer be available. This does not include the location of the Dreaming City, which was added at the same time. Last Wish Red will also be available.


Destiny 2. Credits: Bungie

to make sure everyone gets a chance to try leave Before the campaign is removed, Bungie will make it free for all fate 2 players. It will be on 7th December and will continue till NS witch queen Has been published.

Four years of seasonal material will also go into the vault. It included the Presage and Harbinger overseas missions, which were the main attractions. Destiny 2 Fourth year. Bungie has said it is looking at ways to restart old foreign missions and create new ones in the future.

But according to a post some content will be retrieved from the vault Luck blog, “We are bringing a carefully curated selection of content from DCV, including a classic raid, two PvP maps fate 2, And a classic PvP map from the original Luck.

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