Destiny 2 Season of the Lost is going down amazingly and there has been a calendar released to outline all that will be happening while the season continues.
During this we will have the Festival of the Lost. The annual limited time event is massively enjoyed by the Destiny community and they see it as one of the favourite additions to the game.
A lot of new content will be available for gamers in this new Festival, including new weapons and armour.
With the 2020 Season of the Lost event being such a huge success, there is a lot of pressure for the 2021 event to be even better, and it is also great to see what great content will be coming during the rest of the season.
Destiny 2 Season of the Lost Calendar
The image which revealed the calendar was posted on social media by Destiny Tracker, and the in-depth photo gave us a great glimpse of what we can expect from the Festival of the Lost.
There will be a lot for players to do and unlock, and alongside the new weapons and armour, players will be able to complete weekly challenges, as well as receive new cosmetics, Triumphs, Seals and more.
It should be noted that some content requires the purchase of additional products and season passes.
Here are all the details of the calendar for the Season of the Lost:
Rest of September:
- Astral Alignment and Shattered Realm
- Legendary Weapon Quests
- Exotic Quests
- Trials of Osiris begin
- Festival of the Lost begins- this includes masks, candy and haunted sectors activity
- Season of the Lost Updates- Grandmaster Nightfalls
- Astral Alignment and Shattered Realm Difficulty Options
- Bungie 30th Anniversary Event: Includes New Dungeon, Gjallarhorn Exotic Quest, New 6-player offensive, including iconic weapons from Bungie’s past
- Seasonal Events
- Moments of Triumph
- The Dawning
This calendar shows that there is a massive amount of content coming for Destiny 2 fans during Season of the Lost and it promises to be the best season so far in the game.
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