What you need to know
- Destiny 2's Season of Opulence begins today.
- The Crown of Sorrow raid goes live later today.
- New seasonal content will roll out over the next few months.
Destiny 2's Season of Opulence is now live across all platforms. Return to the Tower and speak with Benedict-44 who will kick off the new season with an imperial summons.
Season of Opulence is set to run through the summer until August, and will feature a new raid, new challenges, and new loot. One of the major challenges is called the Menagerie, a six player activity that will see new bosses introduced throughout June, concluding with the introduction of Heroic difficulty.
Calus would see you grow stronger through The Chalice of Opulence, which serves as a Guardians gateway to treasure in the Season of Opulence. Players who best the Menagerie, a new six player matchmade activity, will use the Chalice to create an offering of runes in exchange for the specific weapons and armor that they seek.
As for the new Crown of Sorrow raid, that's supposed to go live in a few hours later today.
Fight for the universe
New challenges and loot await
Destiny 2's Season of Opulence starts off with a bang, bringing its first ever raid since Bungie left Activision's grasp. The Crown of Sorrow will test your skills like never before, but the loot (and glory) will surely be worth it.
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