Destiny 2: Beyond Light will be available next week and will make a big difference to the game. It will be even larger than the usual annual expansion. This includes Destiny Content Vault, where Bungie hides content that isn’t relevant to the current game. Therefore, if you want to play any of the first three Destiny 2 campaigns, you need to participate in it. This is the last chance for the foreseeable future.
With the release of Beyond Light on November 10, Red War, Curse of Osiris, and Warmind will all be removed from the game, as will the Season of the Forge, Season of the Drifter, and Season of Opulence seasonal stories. Sure, the Destiny campaign wasn’t the most powerful content ever, but if you’re looking to catch up with the story, hurry up.
You can get a complete list of things that will be removed from the game on the official website. The whole idea of Content Vault means that certain content will eventually return to the game, but Bungie says it’s all because Destiny is too big to maintain effectively in terms of both content and file size. I widely believe that it is inaccessible. Always.
It’s not all loss and misery as some old content, including the original Destiny Cosmodrome, is back in Beyond Light.
Bungie recently revealed some very noteworthy details about the Destiny 2 Transmog system. You can pull from the collection to keep your vault tidy. For now, you can check in for even better FPS games at that link.