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Bungie list all the content going to Destiny Content Vault in November

Published: 13:38, 21 August 2020
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Bungie has had a bunch of questions about the Destiny Content Vault (DCV) since the concept has been introduced back in June, so they decided to clarify in detail what it means exactly.

This is the studio's way to evolve the game and add new content, including some fan favourites from the past. Destiny 2: Year 4 starts on November 10, but the return of Cosmodrope and Europa's debut means that Io, Titan, Mars, Mercury and Leviathan all go the DCV. 

Once a Destiny 2 destination goes into the DCV, it takes with it PvE activities and associated rewards, but there are some edge cases where Bungie wanted to be crystal clear. 


Available Strikes on November 10 Moving into the DCV
  • The Arms Dealer
  • Lake of Shadows
  • THe Pyramidion
  • The Festering Core
  • Inverted Spire
  • Exodus Crash
  • Insight Terminus
  • Savathun's Song
Tangled Shore
  • Warden of Nothing
  • The Hallowed Lair
  • Broodhold
  • Strangle Terrain
  • Will of the Thousands
Dreaming City
  • The Corrupted
  • Tree of Probabilities
  • A Garden World
  • The Scarlet Keep

  • Will of Crota

  • [Redacted]

Gambit and Gambit Prime

The two will be a single experience come Year 4, and the new version will be a single round face off with tweaked blockers, heavier mote drain, and some changes to the Primeval fight. 

Available Gambit Maps on November 10 Moving into the DCV
  • Emerald Coast (EDZ)
  • Legions Folly (Nessus)
  • Deep Six (Titan)
  • New Arcadia (Mars)
  • Cathedral of Scars (Dreaming City)
  • Kell's Grave (Tangled Shore)

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Similarly to Gambit, new Crucible map playlist will be a best of Destiny 1 and 2, with the following rotation:

Available PvP maps on November 10 Moving into the DCV
  • Destiny
    • Bannerfall
    • Exodus Blue
    • Rusted Lands
    • Twilight Gap
  • Destiny 2
    • Altar of Flame
    • The Anomaly
    • The Burnout 
    • Cauldron
    • Convergence
    • The Dead Cliffs 
    • Distant Shore 
    • Endless Vale
    • The Fortress
    • Fragment
    • Javelin-4
    • Midtown
    • Pacifica
    • Radiant Cliffs 
    • Widow’s Court
    • Wormhaven
  • Meltdown
  • Solitude
  • Retribution
  • The Citadel
  • Emperor’s Respite
  • Equinox
  • Eternity
  • Firebase Echo
  • Gambler’s Ruin
  • Legion’s Gulch
  • Vostok 

You can find the full list of things being vaulted on November 10 over at Bungie's website .

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