Destiny 2 Is Celebrating Its Soon-To-Be-Vaulted Content Until September

Destiny 2 Is Celebrating Its Soon-To-Be-Vaulted Content Until September

The Moments of Triumphs are coming to an end.

Later this year in September, Bungie will be permanently removing content from Destiny 2, namely planetary locations. Before these planets bow out though, there's a big event celebrating them kicking off right now.

Bungie announced the new Moments of Triumph event yesterday on the official Bungie website. The event has begun as of yesterday on July 7, and will run on until September 22, when the Beyond Light expansion launches for Destiny 2 and certain locations within the game are taken out of the rotation.

As Bungie revealed earlier this year, Io, Titan, Mercury, Mars, and Leviathan will all be vaulted in September. This means that Raids like the Eater of Worlds will be going away, so until then, Bungie is removing all weekly Raid reward limits for every Raid and Raid Lair in Destiny 2, so you can grind them out to your heart's content until you get all the gear you want from them.

Even though Moments of Triumph will be ending come September, the rewards won't be going anywhere. So if you've earned Exotic Sparrows and Ghosts, as well as titles, emblems, and other cosmetics, you'll be keeping them once the rewards system is taken out of Destiny 2.

Despite major locations in Destiny 2 being vaulted later this year, there's still a lot to look forward to in the future of the game. Bungie revealed earlier this year that there'll be major expansions launching each year for the game until 2022, starting with the Beyond Light expansion in September. Bungie might be streamlining their game, cutting out plenty of content in the process, but there's still more on the horizon for Destiny 2.

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