More Destiny 2 content is moving in the Vault, although we do not know for sure when it’ll happen.

More portions of Destiny 2 is going to be removed from the game, left handed to everyone and put at the”Destiny Content Vault.” Bungie states that the Forsaken expansion is next on the block to get pulled from the match in the programmer’s ongoing attempt to balance Destiny two’s set up size with seasonal material drops and yearly expansion releases. It follows earlier articles, including the first launch effort, which is no longer available.

“Forsaken content will be vaulted at some stage,” Bungie general manager Justin Truman said in an interview using Eurogamer. Meaning at least some portions of the game that were added with the 2018’s Forsaken growth –including the Tangled Shore and Dreaming City places, the Last Wish raid and Shattered Throne dungeon, and their related activities and story material –may be taken out of the game. In all, four planetary places and three raids went into the Vault, together with all their story and activities.

“I believe in the same way we don’t need eight raids, it is the same thing with storylines–we don’t want when a new player enters into Destiny, there is five different competing storylines which they may start playing and in some of them, Uldren’s a fantastic guy, and in some of them he’s a bad guy, and it is not clear if you’re playing them out of order,” Truman explained, referring to the character Uldren Sov, who was an antagonist in Forsaken but has returned in a new role in the most recent Destiny 2 seasons.

“We want to curate that experience,” he continued. “We’re probably not going to move in strict chronological order–such as, oh, the next Destiny 2 destination that came in the launch Destiny would be the next one to Vault. Rather, we’re thinking about it in terms of, which one of those destinations or experiences is performing the least to the general healthier ecosystem? And that can range from, which ones have the most fascinating adventures that we would like to stick around, it may be to do with combatant usage, for example, hey, should we eliminate this, there just are not that many places where Cabal are at Destiny two anymore…”

Bungie previously explained that the reason for vaulting Destiny two content was to deal with the game’s setup size and breadth; eliminating older content that wasn’t being used as far made space for new content, like the Beyond Light expansion, and to help keep all of the present Destiny two content from becoming unwieldy. The Vault also doesn’t imply content has been gone forever. Bungie brought back a tuned-up model of Destiny 1’s Cosmodrome with Beyond Light, combined with three retooled Destiny 1 Attack assignments.

If we had to guess, however, we’d assume that Forsaken is led to the material vault early next year. That’s when Bungie will launch its next growth, The Witch Queen, and add new destinations to see. We are going to have to wait to see exactly what Bungie has in mind, but in the meantime, it’s probably a fantastic idea to start getting in some runs of Last Wish.

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