Destiny 2 TWAB: Forsaken DLC, Tangled Shore Will Get Vaulted in the Future

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Bungie has revealed in its weekly post the plan to vault the Forsaken DLC campaign, as well as the Tangled Shore destination in the future. This is done to pave the way for The Witch Queen expansion coming in February 2022.

Vaulted DLC

Forsaken is Destiny 2’s first major expansion. It tells the story of Uldren Sov before he became Crow. The community deems it as the best DLC, largely because of its stellar campaign and the addition of the Tangled Shore and Dreaming City maps.

Unfortunately, the company will put the Forsaken c ampaign and most of its content into the Destiny Content Vault (DCV) early next year. However, there are a few exceptions like the Dreaming City, Battlegrounds, and some activities. This is to make way for new content to be introduced by The Witch Queen.

Bungie has started putting old content into the DCV in late 2020. This is done to improve the game’s overall performance and give developers some break from releasing new content and game optimizations.

While the community can bid farewell to Forsaken, there is still some good news before it’s gone. Starting December 7, all Forsaken content will be free to play until the next major expansion launches in February.

Furthermore, the company will sell the Forsaken Pack on the same date, which includes the Shattered Throne Dungeon, the Last Wish raid, and three Forsaken Ciphers. 

These Ciphers can be exchanged in the Exotic Kiosk so you can instantly unlock all Forsaken Exotics that you haven’t acquired yet. Those who have purchased the DLC back then will also get three Forsaken Ciphers, which will be added directly to their inventory. 

Keep in mind that if you already unlocked all Exotics in the game’s first expansion, the Ciphers will automatically be converted to Ascendant Shards instead.

Festival of the Lost

Destiny 2 Calavera Ghost Shell
Destiny 2: Calavera Ghost Shell Photo: Bungie

Bungie will kick off the Festival of the Lost next week. The theme is the Día de Los Muertos or Day of the Dead, a holiday celebrated by many in the Destiny 2  community.

That said, the company will be introducing the new Calavera Ghost Shell once the event starts on October 12 at 1 p.m. EST. It is made in collaboration with Luis Yepez, who happens to be an avid fan of the game.

You can read more about him on the game’s official website.

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