Bungie sticking the Forsaken story quest into the Destiny 2 vault next year

If you haven't played the Tangled Shore bits yet you've got a few months left before it disappears into the vault.

Bungie's much-unloved Destiny vault is getting another cellmate next year when all the singleplayer content from the Forsaken storyline gets sealed away for an indeterminate sentence.

"Beginning on February 22, the Forsaken campaign and the Tangled Shore destination will enter the DCV (Note: The Dreaming City destination will continue to be available), along with Year 4 Seasonal content, including the Presage and Harbinger Exotic missions," Bungie wrote in the announcement. "We understand the unique value of these definitively Destiny experiences and are investigating ways to reprise and create new exciting Exotic special missions within Destiny 2 for the future.

"Vaulting this content will allow us the space to launch The Witch Queen expansion and its new Throne World destination, as well as new features like weapon crafting, the new Legendary difficulty campaign option, the new Glaive weapon archetype, plus all the additional content we have planned for the four new Seasons to come starting in February.

"While most of the Year 4 Seasonal content will be vaulted, certain Year 4 content will persist in Year 5, including the Proving Grounds strike and the Battlegrounds activities. Beginning in February, the existing Battlegrounds will be combined with strikes into a new “Vanguard Operations” playlist that will be free for all players. In addition, the Warden of Nothing strike will remain in the game and will be available to all players for free. Lastly, all of Spider’s currency exchange function will be taken over by Master Rahool in the Tower when the Tangled Shore is moved into the DCV."

You can read the full explanation of what's vaulted, what isn't and why on the Bungie announcement blog. How do you feel about the Forsaken story disappearing into the Destiny vault?

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