Destiny 2 Community Reacts to Bungie Vaulting One of Its Best DLCs of All Time

Published 10/08/2021, 9:37 AM EDT


Destiny 2 fans woke up to some somber news yesterday with an announcement from Bungie. The developers revealed that some of the game’s most iconic content will enter the Destiny Content Vault soon. This includes the widely successful Forsaken Campaign, which has caused a lot of distraught for fans of the title.

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Fans showcased their displeasure at the developers for vaulting one of the game’s best expansions. However, many Guardians also had hope for the future with the upcoming expansion in the Witch Queen. Even then, they couldn’t help but feel sad at the loss of some of its best content ever since the title released in 2017.

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Forsaken campaign and Year 4 seasonal content to hit the vault in Destiny 2

The developers shared a Destiny Content Vault update for next year in a recent blog post. They announced with a heavy heart that a lot of content will join the vault when Year 5 begins with the release of the Witch Queen expansion on February 22, 2022. This includes the widely loved Forsaken campaign, which arrived with the DLC in 2018. However, the developers have mentioned that the campaign will be available for free from December 7 till the day it’s vaulted for players to experience it one last time.

Along with that, fans will also have to say goodbye to the Tangled Shore destination in Destiny 2. as well. However, they don’t have to worry about the Dreaming City as it will remain active. Guardians will also have to bid adieu to Year 4 Seasonal Content, which means it’s the end of the line for the Presage and Harbinger Exotic missions.

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Fans disappointed with the news

Guardians understood the reason behind Bungie’s decision for Destiny 2 content to enter the Vault. With new expansions and seasons every year, the developers have had a hard time trimming the game’s file size. This has caused them to remove many of the game’s most important storylines and content. So, it’s hard for any new Destiny 2 players to understand the campaign’s scope as they can’t play it anymore.

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Many players also had questions about accessing weapons from the DLC, which included the Hawkmoon and Dead Man’s Tale. However, the developers have stated that they are working on alternatives for players to earn them. Even then, the lack of campaign will mean that many players might never see Cayde and his quips. But, unfortunately, this is the cost Destiny 2 players have to pay if they want more expansions and seasonal content from Bungie.

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Rupesh Nair

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Rupesh is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. Currently a student at Mumbai University, he has been involved with eSports since his childhood. Having played titles like Fallout 4, Minecraft, FIFA, Portal 2 and Halo 4 extensively, Rupesh has a deep understanding of the sport.

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