Destiny 2 will be leaving Xbox Game Pass in December, but only the console versions

Destiny 2 will be leaving Xbox Game Pass in December, but only the console versions

Bungie has confirmed that Destiny 2 and the Forsaken, Shadowkeep and Beyond the Light expansions will no longer be part of the Xbox Game Pass catalog starting December 8. This applies to the Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One versions, but not the PC version.

With a post on its official website, the developers in addition to communicating the news have also specified what will happen for those who already own Destiny 2 but not the expansions included in the Game Pass. In this case, the following contents will no longer be accessible:

  • Campaign missions
  • Expansion specific activities, i.e. Raids, Dungeons, etc., and access to Trials of Osiris
  • The Stasis subclasses of the Beyond the Light expansion
  • One of the Super branches for each subclass
  • The perk for a 10% discount on the purchase of silver and other additional content

However items such as Exotics will remain accessible, as will previously purchased Season Passes. Players who wish to continue playing Destiny 2 expansion content on Xbox will be able to take advantage of the discounts that will be available in the near future.

In addition, Bungie specifies that the new expansion The Queen of Whispers , which will be available on February 22, 2022, will not be included on Xbox Game Pass for either Xbox consoles or PC.

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