Destiny 2's Season of the Worthy Launches Next Week With New PvE Activities

Destiny 2's Season of the Worthy Launches Next Week With New PvE Activities

We're saving the Last City... again.

Destiny 2's next seasonal event launches next week. Season of the Worthy launches on all platforms next week on March 10, and will run on until June 9.

We're fighting the Red Legion once again in the new season. The antagonistic forces from Destiny 2's main campaign have apparently launched another offensive against The Last City, which they tried and failed to destroy in the events of the main game.

Additionally, the Warmind Rasputin is somehow involved with Season of the Worthy. 'Seraph Towers' are mentioned over on Bungie's official website as being a new PvE activity, and we'll also apparently be raiding bunkers all across the galaxy to fulfill Rasputin's challenges. These bunkers are actually brand new Lost Sectors, said to be "Legendary" according to Bungie's website.

In the same blog post from Bungie, you can also see the new Trials of Osiris armor sets. Catch a glimpse of the armor sets in the dev breakdown video below, right around the 42 second mark. Trials of Osiris, a hectic 3v3 PvP mode that rewards teams that sustain unbeaten runs, launches just after the new season on March 13.

New Destiny 2 seasons always introduce a new Season Pass, and Season of the Worthy's pass immediately grants you Tommy's Matchbook, a new Exotic submachine gun. Also, you'll be upgrading a mysterious blade known only as 'Warmind Khanjali' over the course of the season, which grants you bonus Power and Seasonal Mods.

Season of the Worthy launches in Destiny 2 on March 10. There'll be right around three months until the season wraps up on June 9; plenty of time to earn those new battle pass tiers.

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