Destiny 2’s Content Vault will happen on November 10

Previously, the developer of one of the most beautiful action RPGs, Destiny 2, has discovered that following the launch of the latest content update, there will be a content smush. Content that has somewhat become naturally obsolete to current players and especially newcomers. The listed changes are there to help the developer and help the player base, especially newcomers.

The content vault is more likely to be a large portion of the existing one, including campaigns and planets available with the core game, such as Curse of Osiris and Warmind. Together with it, Titan, Mercury, and Mars will no longer be available in the game.

Following the planets, some of the Exotic quests and items are most likely to be unattainable too. But, do not despair. Starting in Year 4, any exotics tied to a vaulted quest will be available through a Memorial kiosk among the Vault kiosks in the Tower. As per Bungie’s latest discovery of the upcoming vaulting in Destiny 2, you can find the quests that are going to be vaulted, below.

As content enters the DCV, there will be some Exotic quests that can obviously no longer be completed in their original forms. Those quests will be retired on November 10 and incomplete progress abandoned.

  • Sturm
  • MIDA Multi-tool
  • Rat King
  • Legend of Acrius
  • Sleeper Simulant
  • Polaris Lance
  • Worldline Zero
  • Ace of Spades
  • The Last Word
  • Le Monarque
  • Jotunn
  • Izanagi’s Burden
  • Thorn
  • Lumina
  • Truth
  • Bad Juju

For a detailed overview of what is going to be vaulted, make sure you check Bungie’s report on their official website.

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