Before that happens, though, there are a few things players should be aware of - including changes to reputation systems that are coming with the new season. Here's how to take it all in stride.
Grab The New Exotic Ship
If you've finished all of the Season of the Splicer story content (including that epilogue) then you can head to the Splicer Servitor this week and claim a Fallen-themed ship, Forbidden Memory.
Complete Your Season Pass
Perhaps the most obvious entry on this list, if you've not hit rank 100 on your Season Pass yet then you'll want to do so.
Tied to that are the current Seasonal Challenges. If you want all of the Bright Dust these have to offer, you'll want to complete them before the end of the Season of the Splicer.
Make Use of Transmog
Transmog, or Armor Synthesis, remains contentious within the community for many reasons, but if you're desperate to upgrade your Guardian's look then you'll want to complete as many Armor Synthesis Bounties as possible.
Synthstrand, one of the currencies tied to the process, is being retired.
Turn In Vanguard Tokens
With the changes to reputation coming in Season 15, you'll need to turn in your Vanguard tokens to Commander Zavala.
If you don't, they'll be removed from your inventory. You may not get much for them, but at least you can dismantle the gear he offers for some materials.
Hoard Your Bounties and Engrams
Ok, this is definitely not a requirement for Season 15, but if you're looking to get a solid start on Season 15 then you can stock up on completed bounties.
You can then defer the XP boost to next season, helping you fly through the ranks of the Season Pass.
The same can be said of Umbral Engrams, which presumably will still be able to be opened at the H.E.L.M. Who knows, you may even end up with a God Roll to kick off the new season.
Destiny 2's Season 15 will be revealed tomorrow, August 24.