If you’re an OG Destiny player who has enjoyed the good old days of Vault of Glass and Fallen S.A.B.E.R. strike, we have some good news for you. During today’s Destiny 2 reveal stream, Bungie mentioned that Cosmodrome will be returning to Destiny 2 from Destiny Content Vault or “DCV” has Luke Smith calls it. Along with that, Destiny 2 will also be getting some old strikes and most importantly, the OG Destiny 1 raid – Vault of Glass.
When will Cosmodrome be Available in Destiny 2?
According to Bungie, Cosmodrome will be available in Destiny 2 this fall with the launch of Beyond Light expansion which is releasing on September 22, 2020. In a later blog-post, DeeJ revealed that the returning patrol zone will not be “at full Destiny 1 parity on 9/22.
Along with that, Will of Crota strike on Cosmodrome will also be available at the launch of Beyond Light on September 22, 2020. Moving to Season 13 in Destiny 2, Bungie will add a more accessible location in the Cosmodrome which will “ fleshed out to roughly Destiny 1 Year 1 parity.” Fallen S.A.B.E.R. and The Devil’s Lair strike will also become available in season 13.
Vault of Glass Returning to Destiny 2
Now, let’s discuss the sweet stuff you’ve been waiting for. Vault of Glass will be returning to Destiny 2 later in Year 4 (after season 13). This is just a taste of what Bungie has planned for Destiny 2’s future. Luke Smith also mentioned that a lot of content will be retiring from Destiny 2 due to its huge size; approximately 115 GB on PlayStation 4 right now.
What is Retiring in Destiny 2 Beyond Light?
This might surprise you but a LOT of stuff is getting vaulted this September. You can find everything getting vaulted in Destiny 2’s Beyond Light expansion below:
- Io, Titan, Mercury, Mars, and Leviathan
It’s worth noting that every PvE activity, campaign mission that is currently available on these locations will be cycled and will no longer available for players to experience which includes The Leviathan, raid lairs and, Crown of Sorrows raid, Escalation Protocol, etc.
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Destiny was released on September 9, 2014, on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360. Destiny 2 was released on September 4, 2017, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It was released later in 2019 on Google Stadia.