Finished Destiny 2's main campaign? Well, that does not matter at all. Actually, if you have ever played a Destiny game before you would know that the end is just the beginning as Destiny's post-game content is where the game shines the most Destiny 2 is no different and Bungie has just reassured this statement as they have revealed the roadmap for the next few weeks ahead. This roadmap is basically the post game activities which you can look forward to participating in as the weeks go by. If you are looking for more things to do then take a look at our top 10 things to do after the main game's campaign.
While the launch week was a quiet week in terms of new content, seen as Bungie gave everyone time to finish the main game, week two onwards will be packed with all the new weekly content. Next week we will see a new Nightfall, which if you don't know, is a weekly activity that changes every Tuesday, as well as the Leviathan Raid. Trials of the Nine also begins next week which is Destiny 2's equivalent to Trials of Osiris.
Then there is the welcoming back of Xur, which if you don't know is an NPC in the Destiny series that sells rare weapons and gear. He arrives every weekend and players search for him to buy his wares. Everyone thought he would arriving this weekend but it seems that his flight has been delayed and will only return next Friday from 11 AM onwards. No worries though as it gives you more time to rack up some Legendary Shards, which is the currency you will need to buy things from him. Best dismantle all those pieces of gear and start saving.
Last but not least is the re-introduction of the Faction Rally. Up to now, factions like Dead Orbit, New Monarchy, and Future War Cult have been missing from Destiny 2. These will return in three weeks with new ways to swear your allegiance and earn rare gear and faction-themed items. Bungie also teased that they will be releasing the Prestige Mode Raid in October sometime which is expected. This means you will have a few weeks to rotate the raid across your characters and try to level them up before the Prestige Mode Raid, also known as Hard Mode in the original Destiny, releases.
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