Destiny 2 is releasing the week of September 4th, 2019, and we are going to be doing a weekly recap of all the events that are happening in the world of Destiny 2. This week we’ll be chatting about Season 15, which is the first big event in the game’s history, and it is a pretty big deal.
Destiny 2 is still a couple of months away, but we know a few things about the sequel, which Bungie has confirmed will release in September. The most important detail we’ve heard is that it will feature a co-op mode. The developer will also reportedly ditch its Seasonal content model, which means the game will launch with a full single-player campaign.
Speaking of Savatoon: Bungie has finally spoken about the Witch Queen and Season 15, which was revealed earlier this month on Bungie Day (7/7). The screening is scheduled for the 24th. August 2021, same day as the end of the Splicer season. This is similar to what Bungie did last year with Season of Arrival, where the season was revealed and launched on the same day.
What’s going to happen in Destiny 2 season 15?
Earlier this year, in February, Bungie published a blog post titled Road to The Witch Queen, in which the game’s assistant director, Joe Blackburn, outlined some of the plans and features coming to Destiny 2 this year. In this post, we found out a lot of details about what’s in store for Season 15.
When does season 15 of Destiny 2 begin?
Season 15 begins on Tuesday, Aug. 24. 2021 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time on PlayStation 4/5, Xbox One, S/X Series, Steam (PC) and Stadia.
Crossplay finally appears in Destiny 2
Bungie has confirmed that Destiny 2 will get cross-play functionality in Season 15 later this year. This feature was mentioned last year during the Beyond Light presentation and officially announced this year on the State of the Game blog. By default, console and PC players will not participate in co-op matches in the Crucible. But players can invite their console friends to join them on PC. So they can play against PC players on the console.
The Crossplay Beta for the Strikeball playlist launched in Season 14, releasing the exclusive Crossed Stars emblem. We will provide more information on this soon.
Establishing three-way voyeurism in the Osiris/Competition events
The three-eyed man will also get his fix in Destiny 2 Season 15. This fix disables emotes in Trials of Osiris and the competitive playlist, and prevents players from using third-person weapons (swords, etc.) when they have no ammo for that weapon.
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Season 15 will also introduce some targeted buffs for our lesser used specializations in the light subclasses. Additionally, Bungie plans to adjust the general skill usage in the Crucible.
Trials of Osiris Rewards Revision
According to a post on the Road to The Witch Queen blog, Bungie plans to overhaul Trials of Osiris’ reward structure by the end of the year. We plan to review Trials of Osiris’ pricing structure and player selection paradigms to release the game later this year, Blackburn said. She could well be in season 15, unless Bungie adds an extra season this year, as The Witch Queen has now been delayed until early 2022.
The feast of the lost, the dawn and moments of triumph
In season 15, there will be two seasonal events, the Festival of the Lost (a Halloween event) and Dawn (a holiday event). Since Moments of Triumph is returning for its final season (arrival season in 2020), it’s possible we’ll see Moments of Triumph in season 15 as well. Bungie has already confirmed that the armour set will appear in this year’s Festival of the Lost event and will focus on dinosaurs. Bungie also said that we might see monster armor sets in the future.
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Vanguard Reputation Assessment
Season 15 will also introduce a change of reputation for Vanguard, Commander Zavala, similar to what we saw for Crucible, Lord Shax. Bungie has already posted an in-game message to hold all Vanguard tokens until the 24th. August to deliver.
NEW: In-game announcement about Vanguard chips. #Destiny2
Make sure you turn in your Avangard-Zavala stamps before the 24th. August off! pic.twitter.com/hhPZ4gjHIf
– DestinyNews+ (@DestinyNewsCom) 8. July 2021
A possible redesign of the Iron Banner?
In the same blog, Blackburn mentioned that the team will focus on the Iron Banner game mode after the Trials redesign, but did not give an exact release date for the game. After Trials, we’re planning an update of similar scope to Iron Banner, says Blackburn. One thing is clear, if we don’t get to see the Iron Banner remake in Destiny 2 Season 15, we’ll definitely get it later next year with the release of The Witch Queen expansion. Keep your fingers crossed.
New weapons, armament and seasonal exotics
The rest is normal and is what we get every season – new weapons, armor sets and exotics. We’re hoping for a secret quest similar to Presage in Season of the Chosen, since Bungie didn’t add an exotic secret quest in Season of the Splicer. So I’m keeping my fingers crossed for that too.
A new dungeon?
We know that the last dungeon added was in Season of Arrivals – Prophecy, which is available for free to all Destiny 2 players. According to recent rumors and a leaked document that hints at a Destiny 2/Halo crossover later this year, it is also mentioned that a new dungeon will appear in Season 15. However, this information has not been officially confirmed, so take it with a grain of salt.
That’s about it. Everything we know about Destiny 2 Season 15 and its approach. For the latest Destiny 2 news, follow DestinyNews+ on Twitter and Facebook.
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