Shadowkeep Brings a Season of the Undying to Destiny 2
Leading to the release of Destiny 2’s fourth expansion, Shadowkeep, Bungie released a roadmap including information about what gamers can expect throughout the lifespan of the expansion and when to expect the content. Included in the roadmap are exotic quests, a new PvP mode, a new raid and of course, new rewards to unlock by doing the new content. Shadowkeep releases on October 1st on PC, Xbox One and PS4, the base version of the game is necessary for this fourth expansion. The price for the new expansion ranges between $35 and $150, depending on how long a gamer has been gone from the game and whether they’re a collector or not.
While Shadowkeep releases with new finishers, armor 2.0 and the new Moon destination, Destiny 2 fans can expect to see the new raid launch four days later and both the dungeon launch as well as the PvP mode: Momentum Control on October 29th. All Destiny 2 gamers will have access to celebrate The Festival of the Lost from October 29th through to November 19th. Fans who aren’t interested in Destiny 2: Shadowkeep will be getting fresh content in this season roadmap but the majority of the content is either part of the expansion or part of the Season of the Undying Pass which is included with the expansion and lasts from October to December.
Weapon mods will be reusable rather than consumable moving forward in Destiny 2 and fans will be relieved to hear that most of the weapons in the game are receiving significant buffs. Gamers who purchase Shadowkeep will delve into the depths of the Moon after Eris Morn unleashed a long dormant power she can’t control.
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