Destiny 2 has really started to find its stride in the last few seasons, with Season of the Splicer teaming Guardians with the House of Light to take on the Vex following Season of the Chosen's clash with the Cabal.
We've seen plenty of narrative twists and turns, and with The Witch Queen expansion coming into view, it's clear the game is in a pretty good place.
Here's all we know about Season 15 of Destiny 2, which is confirmed to be called Season of the Lost.
Table of Contents
- Latest News
- Destiny 2 Season of the Lost Release Date
- Destiny 2 Season of the Lost Story
- Destiny 2 Season of the Lost Content
- Destiny 2 Crossplay
- Destiny 2 Season of the Lost Roadmap
- Destiny 2 Season of the Lost Price
- Destiny 2 Season of the Lost Season Pass
- Stasis Weapons
- Exotics and Gear
- Sandbox Changes
- Destiny 2 Season of the Lost Trailer
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One Day Until The Big Reveal/Spoiler Warning - August 23
Good news - the Destiny showcase is tomorrow. Bad news - there are a series of leaks floating round.
We won't be covering them here, but be sure to stay alert.
While you wait, though, check out our first glimpse at Savathun (other than some prior leaks, of course).
'Season of the Lost' name confirmed - August 20
3pm - And now confirmed by Bungie themselves. Season of the Lost begins immediately after the Destiny 2 Showcase on 8/24.
10am - It appears as though some advertising artwork has leaked ahead of the Bungie showcase next week. The new name of Season 15 has been confirmed as the long-rumoured 'Season of the Lost'.
Based on the artwork, it also seems as though Queen Mara Sov and The Dreaming City will be heavily involved in the story ahead of the Witch Queen expansion next year.
Weapon Changes - August 19
A very long blog post from Bungie has revealed plenty of new weapons coming in Season 15, as well as balancing changes for existing ones.
Everything To Do Before Season 15 - August 19
Looking to get a headstart on your Season Pass or get some weapons in the bank early on? Check out our latest guide.
BattlEye Confirmed - August 19
Bungie will introduce BattlEye anti-cheat technology to Destiny 2 in Season 15 as part of a "soft launch" - whatever that means.
Mod and Armour Changes Revealed - August 13
Weapon changes will be detailed next week, but Mods and Armour changes for Season 15 have been detailed in the latest Bungie blog post.
Seasonal Mods Revealed - August 12
Bungie has revealed which weapon types will be getting new mods in Season 15.
Check them out below.
Bungie also notes that Swords will be getting an Overload mod, too.
With three 'Unstoppable mods' coming, that suggests Scorn Champions are inbound. Could the Notepad Leak be coming true?
Epilogue Impressions - August 11
Last night saw the game's endcap for Season of the Splicer. Check out our impressions.
Ability Changes Detailed - August 6
In this week's blog post, Bungie has revealed players can expect huge changes to Destiny 2's abilities, regardless of class or subclass.
No PvP Maps In Season 15 - August 5
In a lengthy tweet thread from Joe Blackburn, Destiny 2's Assistant Game Director has been discussing the potential for new Crucible maps.
Blackburn explains that the team has been working on the game's PvP foundation first and will add reprised Destiny 1 maps in Season 16 and a new map in Season 17. New modes are slated for 2022.
Destiny 2 Season of the Lost Release Date
Season of the Splicer runs until August 24, which is when Season of the Lost begins.
What's interesting is that while seasons have traditionally run for three months, The Witch Queen isn't arriving until 2022 - suggesting that either we're due a very long season in the interim, or we'll get an extra one beforehand.
Expect to find out more in a new live stream.
Bungie has announced that they will hold an event on August 24 to reveal some exciting news about the future of Destiny. It's most likely related to The Witch Queen, but with all the story developments going on right now, which will likely lead directly into whatever happens in Witch Queen, you certainly don't want to miss this particular show.
Destiny 2 Season of the Lost Story
We've had a Vex-focused season and a Cabal-focused season, but Season of the Lost will bring back Mara Sov. It'll be interesting to see her interactions with her brother, with Uldren Sov now going by "Crow", and infused with the power of the Light.
Savathun, Destiny 2's next 'big bad', is likely to make her influence felt, with some rumours suggesting that she's already infiltrated the Tower.
In the last few months, we've heard Crow, Shaxx, Lakshmi-2, Osiris and more humming Savathun's song. In Season of the Splicer, it could be heard from the people of the city, too. In fact, the Vanguard is in a pretty strange place right now.
In fact, one lore piece suggests that Savathun is already inside the city, which means things could start barrelling toward The Witch Queen very quickly.
Will SIVA Return?
Many have been wondering if Season 15 will reintroduce SIVA, but we're not convinced. Here are our thoughts.
Destiny 2 Season of the Lost Content
Each season has added at least one new seasonal activity. Season of the Chosen's Battlegrounds were great fun, and Override and Expunge were added for Season of the Splicer.
We could get new Legend Lost Sectors on other destinations, and we'll also get more weekly challenges.
We also know that Bungie is introducing activity streaks for Vanguard activities, as well as a fresh reputation system.
Trials of Osiris is also said to be getting a revised rewards structure, working in tandem with a potential reputation refresh.
One rumour suggests that Bungie is testing destructible environments (thanks, Forbes). You can check it out below, with trees that can be destroyed:
Destiny 2 Crossplay
Hooray! Crossplay will arrive across all platforms in Season 15, meaning Guardians can all play together - whether they're on PlayStation, Xbox or PC.
In a new blog post, Bungie revealed that PvE will allow cross-play between all platforms (and Stadia!) but that PC gamers will be in their own matchmaking pool for PvP.
Find out more here, including developments on voice chat.
Destiny 2 Season of the Lost Roadmap
Bungie has done a great job of rolling out content weekly, including story content, so expect regular updates. We're collecting all we know here.
Destiny 2 Season of the Lost Price
If you've got the deluxe version of Beyond Light, then you'll have access to all seasons heading into Witch Queen – that's seasons 13, 14 and 15.
If not, you can buy Season Passes with Silver. It works out at around £10, but plenty of content will be free for all players.
Destiny 2 Season of the Lost Season Pass
Destiny's Season Passes come in premium and free versions, but both will award players armour, engrams, materials and reputation boosters – but you'll get more in the premium track.
Bungie has confirmed that more Stasis weapons, a la Cryosthesis, are coming.
Stasis will become a damage type just like Solar, Void and Arc, although this one is likely to be more controversial given Stasis' reputation since it arrived.
Exotics and Gear
Each season pass adds a new exotic, meaning it'll be available for redemption when purchasing the paid pass - or reaching tier 35 on the free pass.
Bungie has also been re-adding Destiny 1 exotics, like the Vex Mythoclast. It'll be interesting to see if any old favourites are about to make a comeback.
With the last blog post before the new season, Bungie has revealed a load of new weapons coming - as well as tuning to existing options.
The developer has also confirmed a change to Nightfall rotations. There will be eight weapons to earn, with one new weapon and one older one rotating in and out.
Bungie gave the example of one week offering The Comedian and Shadow Price, with the next offering Hothead and Hung Jury.
Ginsor, a longtime Destiny data miner, has shared a tweet saying "Thermobaric Greaves", suggesting a potential new piece of armour.
The only class that wears 'Greaves' are Titans, and Thermobaric suggests a Solar focus. Could we get a new Solar set of leg armour for Titans in the new Season?
We've rounded up all the new exotics here.
Destiny 2 Season of the Lost Trailer
The Season of the Lost trailer has been revealed during the Destiny 2 Showcase.
Mara Sov, Queen of the Awoken. It would be an understatement to say that much has transpired in her absence. Her brother, last seen lying in rest, walks among the Guardians wearing a new name; Xivu Arath’s forces rally in the shadow of the Black Fleet; and Savathûn has been revealed at the heart of the Endless Night.
Have a watch just below: