What you need to know
- Bungie has revealed everything coming in the next Destiny 2 season, Season of the Worthy.
- The season includes PvE content mostly centered around helping Rasputin, as well as the PvP activity Trials of Osiris.
- The season begins on March 10, 2020 and ends on June 9. Its season pass will cost 1,000 Silver.
Destiny 2 developer Bungie has revealed everything that's coming in the next in-game season, Season of the Worthy. On top of this, it has also revealed that the season begins on March 10 and ends on June 9, and will cost 1,000 Silver (the currency for the in-game Eververse store).
The majority of Season of the Worthy's content will be centered around giving the Warmind Rasputin support by completing challenging new public events around the galaxy with other Guardians at locations called Seraph Towers. In addition, you'll be clearing out new Legendary Lost Sectors that are infested with enemies. If these activities are anything like The Sundial from Season of Dawn, they'll reward players with new and interesting gear to use. The Nightfall playlist will be getting a new difficulty tier, Grandmaster, too. In April, there will also be a new community event called Guardian Games that we currently know nothing about, other than that it's described as "class competition" and will include unique Legendary armor rewards.
The other part of the season will be focused on the Trials of Osiris, a pinnacle competitive PvP activity that will roll around every weekend. The Trials of Osiris will challenge players to win multiple matches in a row for unique and powerful rewards.
Finally, the new season pass will include a brand new Exotic Auto Rifle called the Tommy's Matchbook, as well as new sets of armor that are inspired by Eastern Bloc clothing. This perfectly fits with the seasonal theme, as Rasputin had close ties to Old Russia on Earth in the Destiny universe. There's also a brand new Shotgun with four barrels as well, which is called the Fourth Horseman; it's unsure where we'll be able to earn this weapon, but it looks incredibly fun to use. Fans of the original Destiny will be happy to see it, as it was in the first game.
Destiny 2 is free-to-play on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. The latest large expansion, Shadowkeep, costs $35 on all platforms.
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