Destiny 2: Forsaken Leak Reveals 4 New Strikes, Plus Dreaming City Raid Details

Destiny 2: Forsaken Leak Reveals 4 New Strikes, Plus Dreaming City Raid Details

Some more details about Cayde-6's demise.

If a new leak from Reddit is to be believed, there are four new Strikes coming in the Destiny 2: Forsaken expansion, set to launch early next month. There's also some new details on the Dreaming City Raid, as well as the untimely demise of Cayde-6.

This new mass leak comes from Reddit user Ginsor, who has been responsible for leaking accurate Destiny 2-related info in the past. The big takeaway from the leak is that there are a total of four new Strikes arriving in the Forsaken expansion: Warden of Nothing, The Hollowed Lair, The Corrupted, and Broodhold, all of which can be turned into more difficult Nightfall Strikes.

Some leaked Destiny 2: Forsaken gear. Credit: Ginsor.

We won't delve into the story details here to save the Forsaken expansion potentially being spoiled, but it sounds like we'll be following Uldren, brother of the Awoken Queen Mara, and returning character Petra Venj. CAyde-6's death (which was already confirmed by Bungie), takes place in a pre-rendered cutscene, and the monster that fells our companion could be the final boss of the Dreaming City Raid, according to the leak.

For everything else there is to know about the upcoming Forsaken DLC pack, which launches on September 4 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, head over to our Destiny 2 Forsaken DLC guide.

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