Destiny veterans can look forward to some of the content they were enjoying years ago but some of the newer stuff will go into the vault. Some of the first old additions are Cosmodrome zone and Vault of Glass raid.
Addition of Cosmodrome might sound odd to New Light players since it's technically already in the game but what we have in Destiny 2 at the time of writing is a glorified tutorial zone. What Bungie are talking about is a fully-fledged area with its own strikes and other activities. Want to see what old Russia looks like in the Bungie's vision? This will be your chance.
Another returning bit of content is the Vault of Glass raid. While it's located on Venus, the actual zone will not be making a return at the same time. It is one of the fan favourites so if you happen to be a newcomer that enjoyed Destiny 2's raids, you might want to give this one a go as well. Both the zone and the raid will be available when Year 4. In other words, they will arrive with Beyond Light expansion.
On the other hand, some content will have to be removed so the game doesn't end up taking too much space and it remains less complicated for devs to update it.
Mars, Io, Titan and Mercury will be vaulted at the same time, for the aforementioned reasons. This means all the associated activities will be vaulted too. Leviathan will be the raid that will be temporarily removed with these locations.
When Beyond Light comes along, Guardians will have seven zones at their disposal:
- Tangled Shore
- Dreaming City