Xûr is located at The Winding Cove on EDZ. As of 08/24 and throughout Season 4 Trials of the Nine will not be active. Get more activity details and read some of the most recent Destiny 2 news below.
Note: For the next few weeks posts may be limited or not made for Destiny 2 and I am currently working on updating the weekly reset infographic as well as this website. If I haven’t updated things, I recommend checking out @nicregis on Twitter for D2 weekly reset posts/infographics and/or the Destiny 2 Reddit page (click weekly reset threads on the top of the page or look for the weekly reset post for details about activities).
I hope you all enjoy Forsaken when it releases next week, September 4th!! 🙂
Departs: Tuesday, Sept 04 @ 10AM PDT
Location: Winding Cove, EDZ
All Exotic Items Available
Ashen Wake – Titan Gauntlets (23 LS)
Fated Engram – Contains a new Exotic if any remain to be collected. Only one per week, per account. (97 LS)
Three of Coins – Increased chance to receive Exotic engrams from sources in the world. Effect lasts 4 hours. (31 LS)
Five of Swords (Legendary Challenge Card for Nightfall) – Enables modifiers in Nightfall strikes on Prestige difficulty. More challenging modifiers apply larger score multipliers. This will replace a Rare Challenge Card in your inventory. (Free Item)
Trials will be unavailable as of now and for the duration Season 4!
Important Info Regarding Trials by Bungie:
Trials of the Nine will be unavailable for the duration of Season 4. The design team is putting it back on the workbench to make it a fitting challenge for the hardcore warrior. When the weekly activity returns, it will feature updated rewards, Power advantages, and other gameplay changes. The final weekend of Season 3 Trials of the Nine will take place on the weekend of August 24. We’ll tell you more about our goals and our progress during Season 4.
Source: Bungie TWAB article
Recent News and Updates (view recent news and updates at Bungie.net)
Friday, 08/31 @ 1 PM PDT
If you want to give Gambit a try before Forsaken, the competitive co-op activity will be on full display September 1.
Begins: September 1 @ 10 AM PDT
Ends: September 2 @ 10 AM PDT
You will have to wait until after September 4 to start earning Gambit-specific rewards and ranking up your Infamy, but you will still see some Year 1 reward drops. Gambit stats will not be recorded during the 24-hour trial, but they will be available for tracking on bungie.net after September 4.
Bungie will also be out there on the battlefield playing Gambit and will be placing a few bounties during the Gambit Trial event. If you want a chance to earn the “Sign of Mutual Combat” emblem, stay tuned to @Bungie for future announcements.
and remember Death Heals Primeval!
Last Wish Raid (Requires Forsaken)
Begins: Sept 14 @ 10 AM PDT
From This Week at Bungie: The next date we know you want to circle on your calendar is when the raid will open up and when the race for World First will begin. Here is Senior Designer Joe Blackburn to tell you more.
Joe: Forsaken is proof that the full Destiny 2 experience is just beginning when the campaign comes to a close. With so many new things to do and so much Power to gain, we knew that players would need more than just three days to prepare for the incredible challenges of Forsaken’s raid. That’s why “Last Wish,” the next chapter in Destiny’s raiding legacy, goes live on September 14 at 10 AM PDT, a week and a half after you’ll have first set foot on the Tangled Shore. Good luck, Guardians.
In the time between 2.0.0 going live and Forsaken launching, things might get a little weird. Player Support has the info you need to know. Here is the full Player Support Report by Bungie.
Destiny 2 Hotfix 188.8.131.52
On Tuesday, September 4, Destiny 2 will undergo maintenance to receive Update 184.108.40.206. The conclusion of this maintenance will mark the launch of Destiny 2: Forsaken, and this hotfix will be required to log in and play. For the Hotfix 220.127.116.11 deployment schedule, please see the times listed below.
On Tuesday, September 4:
- 7:00 AM PDT: Players will no longer be able to log in to Destiny 2. Players leaving activities will be returned to the title screen. Hotfix 18.104.22.168 will begin rolling out across all platforms and regions.
- 7:30 AM PDT: Destiny 2 will be taken offline for maintenance, and all remaining players will be returned to the title screen.
- 7:30–10:00 AM PDT: Destiny 2 will remain offline for maintenance.
- 10:00 AM PDT: Destiny 2 maintenance is expected to conclude, and Destiny 2: Forsaken will become available to play on all platforms.
Gear Infusion and Level Requirements
Once Destiny 2: Forsaken is live on September 4, players may begin increasing their Power and character level beyond their Year 1 limits. As with all increases to player Power in Destiny 2, players should be aware that infusing gear with a requirement above their current character level will make the infusion recipient unavailable for use until the player levels up.
- A player logs in to Destiny 2: Forsaken on September 4 at character level 30
- The player receives new gear with a level 31 character requirement
- The player infuses the new gear into their favorite Year 1 gear
- This Year 1 gear is no longer available for use, since it has adopted the level 31 character requirement from its infusion material
- The player must then increase their character level to 31 to reequip this gear
Players should pay extra attention to the character level requirements on their gear as they climb to max level in Destiny 2: Forsaken.
Mod Changes for All
As a reminder, mod changes will take full effect on September 4 at the launch of Destiny 2: Forsaken. Listed below is the full experience that players will encounter once Hotfix 22.214.171.124 becomes available.
- Year 1 weapons will not accept Year 2 weapon mods
- Elemental attributes on Year 1 weapons will be locked, and you will no longer be able to change them
- Some targeted Year 1 Power weapons have had their elemental attributes changed and locked for Year 2
- Year 1 armor will accept Year 2 armor mods
- Year 1 Gear will not receive randomized perks
- All Year 1 mods will be deprecated at the launch of Destiny 2: Forsaken on September 4
- Year 1 mods may safely be dismantled ahead of time in preparation for the Year 2 mod system
Solstice of Heroes T-Shirt Redemption
As of this past Tuesday, Solstice of Heroes and Moments of Triumph have concluded in Destiny 2. Players who achieved 250 Triumph Points or more and redeemed the Triumph Shirt reward in-game are eligible to generate their Solstice of Heroes T-shirt code on their Bungie.net profile until September 12 at 10 AM PDT.
Players who generate their code by this deadline have until September 30 at 11:59 PM PDT to redeem their code at checkout with their shirt order at the Bungie Store. At that time, all remaining T-shirt codes will become invalid, and players may no longer place new Solstice of Heroes T-shirt orders on the Bungie Store.
Releases September 4! For more details and videos: View the Destiny 2 Forsaken Info Page!
To pre-order and get details about Forsaken and the Annual Pass: CLICK HERE!
You will be able to experience the full story of Cayde’s fate and claim your revenge when Forsaken launches on September 4.
Since the reveal of Destiny 2: Forsaken, players have asked whether or not Cayde’s Exotic Stash will be included with pre-orders directly from platform online marketplaces. We can confirm that this pre-order bonus will be available to all players who purchase through the PlayStation, Xbox, and Battle.net online stores before launch.
Additionally, shown below is what players can expect to become available to them in Year 2, based off of title ownership. For information on purchase eligibility from other retailers, players should visit the official destinythegame.com page.
Have a great week! 🙂
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