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Destiny 2 Content Vault contents detailed by Bungie

Destiny 2 Content Vault contents were detailed in full by Bungie over the weekend, making it crystal clear (though somehow actually very complicated) what players can expect to access when Beyond Light launches in November.

Generally speaking, planets Titan, Mars, Io and Mercury will be removed, so all content associated with those locations will be in accesible. Most interestingly, storylines like Red War, the narrative that new players engage with to actually begin Destiny 2, will soon be removed. Bungie advised that it’s working on a new introduction/tutorial to take place in Destiny 1‘s Cosmodrome.

Gambit and Gambit Prime will be fused together to make something closer to Gambit Prime, but not: a one-round spectacle designed to bring players back.

Here’s a specific list of what’s coming and going.

Destiny 2 content available from 10 November

Strikes

  • The Arms Dealer (EDZ)
  • Lake of Shadows (EDZ)
  • Inverted Spire (Nessus)
  • Exodus Crash (Nessus)
  • Insight Terminus (Nessus)
  • Warden of Nothing (Tangled Shore)
  • The Hallowed Lair (Tangled Shore)
  • Broodhold (Tangled Shore)
  • The Corrupted (Dreaming City)
  • The Scarlet Keep (Moon)
  • Will of Crota (Cosmodrome)
  • [Redacted] (Europa)

Raids and Dungeons

  • [Redacted]
  • Last Wish (Dreaming City)
  • Garden of Salvation (Black Garden)
  • Shattered Throne (Dreaming City)
  • Pit of Heresy (Moon)
  • Prophecy

PvP modes

  • Rumble
  • Clash
  • Control
  • Iron Banner Control
  • Elimination
  • Trials of Osiris
  • Showdown
  • Survival
  • Mayhem Clash

Crucible maps

  • Bannerfall (Destiny)
  • Exodus Blue (Destiny)
  • Rusted Lands (Destiny)
  • Twilight Gap (Destiny)
  • Altar of Flame
  • The Anomaly
  • The Burnout
  • Cauldron
  • Convergence
  • The Dead Cliffs
  • Distant Shore
  • Endless Vale
  • The Fortress
  • Fragment
  • Javelin-4
  • Midtown
  • Pacifica
  • Radiant Cliffs
  • Widow’s Court
  • Wormhaven

Gambit maps

  • Emerald Coast (EDZ)
  • Legions Folly (Nessus)
  • Deep Six (Titan)
  • New Arcadia (Mars)

Destiny 2 content removed from 10 November

Strikes

  • The Pyramidion (Io)
  • The Festering Core (Io)
  • Savathûn’s Song (Titan)
  • Strange Terrain (Mars)
  • Will of the Thousands (Mars)
  • Tree of Probabilities (Mercury)
  • A Garden World (Mercury)

Raids and Dungeons

  • Leviathan
  • Eater of Worlds (Leviathan)
  • Spire of Stars (Leviathan)
  • Scourge of the Past (Last City)
  • Crown of Sorrows (Leviathan)

PvP modes

  • Supremacy
  • Countdown
  • Lockdown
  • Breakthrough
  • Doubles
  • Momentum Control
  • Scorched

Crucible maps

  • Meltdown
  • Solitude
  • Retribution
  • The Citadel
  • Emperor’s Respite
  • Equinox
  • Eternity
  • Firebase Echo
  • Gambler’s Ruin
  • Legion’s Gulch
  • Vostok

Gambit maps

  • Cathedral of Scars (Dreaming City)
  • Kell’s Grave (Tangled Shore)

You can head here to see a list of Exotics and Catalysts that have also made the cut.

Destiny 2 is currently available on Windows PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Stadia where available. It will be available for Xbox Series X and PS5 at the consoles’ respective launches. Beyond Light heads to available platforms from 10 November, the same date as the Destiny Content Vault launches.

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