After the release of Lightfall and Season of Defiance, fans wondered what was next for Destiny 2, with Bungie's answer being Season of the Deep, which brings plenty of stuff to get their teeth into, including the new season pass.
From massive weapon changes to ability tuning, Destiny 2 will feel fresh right from the get-go, and that's without considering all the new loot players will be able to chase, which include this season's ritual weapon, the Last Rite Scout Rifle.
With all that said, let's walk you through everything you need to know about the Season of the Deep season pass.
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Season of the Deep season pass - Start date and cost
The Season of the Deep season pass will be available starting May 23rd, giving you both a free and premium track to work towards.
Unlike previous season passes, this one will be a bit more expensive, coming in at 1,200 Silver. It's been a controversial subject as the closest Silver bundle you can buy to get the season pass costs $20. It gives you 2,000 Silver + 300 extra.
You could buy the regular 1,000 Silver bundle (with an extra 100 added) and then purchase another 500 Silver, but that would still cost you $15, more than the $10 players used to pay.
Regardless, Bungie believes the contents justify the price tag, and to be honest, we agree, though some Silver coming back as a season pass reward - like many other battle passes do - would be warmly welcomed.
Season of the Deep season pass - All tiers
Mats include Legendary Shards, Bright Dust, and Upgrade Modules. You can also net some Exotic Engrams, certain seasonal weapons, and even the seasonal exotic at tier 35.
The premium track includes a whole other slew of rewards to justify its price tag. First off, you get the seasonal exotic at tier 1, XP boosts, Deep Engrams, Emotes, Ascendant Alloy and Shards, and the new Deepsight Harmonizer, which you'll need to focus on exotic gear.
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