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Bungie Outlines Items Removed at End of Season of the Undying in Destiny 2

Poorna Shankar Posted:
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With Season of the Undying drawing to a close, Bungie has outlined a number of items set to be removed in Destiny 2.

The reset occurs on December 10. At that time, here are the items set to be removed from Season of the Undying:

  • Season of the Undying Season Pass and bonuses from the Season Pass
  • Season of the Undying Seal and Title
  • The Vex Offensive
  • Vex invasions on the Moon
  • Weapon frames and bounties from Ikora for the Vex Offensive
  • Ikora’s Vex Offensive Weekly Challenge
  • Emblems and Shader Quests/items from Season of the Undying
  • Incomplete items in the Collection Badge will turn invisible
  • Lore – “The Last Days on Kraken Mare”
  • The Gatelord’s Eye seasonal artifact
  • Player power increase from the Gatelord’s Eye
  • Season of the Undying artifact mods
  • The Leviathan's Breath exotic quest if players didn't own the Season Pass
  • Season of the Undying specific materials (Vex components, etc)

Here are the Triumphs which will no longer be earnable

  • Season 8: Power Bonus
  • Season 8: Progress
  • The Front Lines
  • Final Assault
  • Rapid Assault
  • Precise Assault
  • Perfect Assault
  • Flawless Assault
  • Offensive Expert
  • Offensive Tactician
  • Offensive Sharpshooter
  • Offensive Finisher
  • Operative
  • Moonlight Crescendo
  • Lunar Fashion
  • Dark Side of the Moon
  • Crater Spark
  • Over the Moon
  • Season 8: Vanguard
  • Season 8: Nightfall
  • Season 8: Engagement
  • Season 8: Rituals
  • Season 8: Combat
  • Season 8: Challenges
  • Season 8: Valor Legend
  • Season 8: Valor
  • Season 8: Glory Streak
  • Season 8: Glory
  • Season 8: Iron Banner
  • Season 8: Iron Will

This is all to make way for the Season of Dawn, which received a new trailer yesterday with some familiar characters returning.


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Poorna Shankar

A highly opinionated avid PC gamer, Poorna blindly panics with his friends in various multiplayer games, much to the detriment of his team. Constantly questioning industry practices and a passion for technological progress drive his love for the video game industry. He pulls no punches and tells it like he sees it. He runs a podcast, Gaming The Industry, with fellow writer, Joseph Bradford, discussing industry practices and their effects on consumers.