Destiny 2 TWAB Xbox Game Pass News
Bungie has announced that the Destiny 2 expansions currently available on the Xbox Game Pass console will be retired from the service next month.
Complicating things a bit is the company’s overall plan to remove content completely from the game in the future, as well as which versions of Game Pass will be affected.
But from what’s been shared today, it looks like fans using Xbox One and Xbox Series X consoles should get ready for some big changes next month.
Bungie has confirmed that on February 22, the Forsaken campaign and the Tangled Shore destination will enter the DCV, although The Dreaming City destination will remain available.
Other things that get vaulted are the Presage and Harbinger Exotic missions and this happens across all platforms.
Bungie also announced that the Forsaken campaign will be available for free to all players from December 7, 2021 until the DCV in February 2022.
So even if you’re one of those Xbox Game Pass subscribers who lose this piece of content, you’ll still have access to it until next year.
WHEN WILL BEYOND LIGHT EXIT THE XBOX GAME PASS?
Bungie has confirmed that Destiny 2 Beyond Light and the game’s other major expansion will be leaving the Xbox Game Pass Console and Cloud on December 8, 2021.
However, Destiny 2 and current expansions will remain on Xbox Game Pass for PC.
Once Destiny 2 leaves Xbox Game Pass, players who do not have any of the expansions on the Xbox platform will lose access to:
- Campaign missions.
- Expansion specific activities: Raids, Dungeons, Hunts, Exo Challenges, Nightfall Strikes and access to Trials of Osiris
- The Stasis subclass, which is specific to Beyond Light.
- The middle tree Supers for each subclass.
- The benefit of a 10% discount for Silver purchases and other game add-ons.
Already acquired items, such as Exotics, are still available to players who have earned them. Previously purchased season passes will remain active. Players who want to continue playing Destiny 2 on Xbox should look for Destiny 2 expansion discounts that will be available soon.
Bungie has also confirmed that The Witch Queen will not be available on console or PC Xbox Game Pass on February 22, 2022.
A message from Bungie added: “Following the release of our 30th anniversary celebration in December, Year 5 of Destiny 2 will launch on February 22, 2022 with the release of The Witch Queen expansion and the season of [REDACTED], the first of four seasons to come your way from 2022.
“In addition to all that brand new content, we’re bringing you a curated selection of content from the DCV, including a classic raid, two PVP maps from Destiny 2, and a classic PVP map from the original Destiny. We’re excited to share more details about all of this in the coming months.”
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