How do you buy the Season Pass for Destiny 2's Season of Dawn?

Saint-14 (Image credit: Bungie)

How do you buy the Season Pass for Destiny 2's Season of Dawn?

Best answer: You can get the Season of Dawn Season Pass for 1,000 Silver in the in-game Eververse store. Alternatively, if you own the Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Deluxe Edition, you get access to the Season of Dawn at no cost.Get Silver: Destiny 2 Silver (From $5 at Microsoft)Get the Shadowkeep Deluxe Edition: Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Deluxe Edition ($60 at Microsoft)

How you can get the Season of Dawn Season Pass

There are two ways that you can get access to the Season of Dawn Season Pass in Destiny 2. The first is to pay 1,000 Silver for it in the in-game Eververse store when the season begins, which will instantly give you access to the Season Pass' content.

The other way to get the Season Pass is to purchase the deluxe edition of the Shadowkeep expansion, which gives you access to all of the Shadowkeep content on the Moon patrol space as well as Season Passes for four in-game seasons, including the Season of Dawn. It's important to note that if you already bought this edition of the expansion when it came out, you won't need to worry about buying access to the Season of Dawn.

Why get the Season of Dawn Season Pass?

The calendar for the Season of Dawn.

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The Season of Dawn looks like it's going to be a great time. There's a new player-versus-environment activity called The Sundial that will see teams of six players stopping armies of Cabal from reversing time and rewriting history so that the Guardians lose The Red War, and it looks like we're going to have new bosses to fight in the mode as the season progresses. On top of that, we're going to be saving the legendary Titan Saint-14, and the Vex specialist Osiris will be returning as well. Finally, there will be two new exotic weapon quests exclusive to owners of the Season Pass, and pass owners will be able to unlock the exotic Scout Rifle, Symmetry, right away once the season starts.

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