Destiny 2 was a somewhat controversial title upon its release in 2017 but despite this, this one has evolved it quite a bit and Bungie, the title's developer, has learned a lot from its initial mistakes and has managed to bounce back extremely well and has made Destiny 2 one of the most successful titles in its category and even beyond.
Now, the next chapter of the title draws ever closer, this being Destiny 2: The Witch Queen, and with the arrival of this one Bungie will once again have to use their Destiny Content Vault and remove some content currently present in the title to make way for the new one.
With this, Bungie confirms that Destiny 2: Forsaken will be the title's next expansion to drop out of the title, along with year 4's sezonal content, making only Destiny 2: Shadowkeep, Destiny 2: Beyond Light, and Destiny 2: The Witch Queen left in the titles.
Despite this, those who want to experience one of the best campaigns in all of Destiny 2 before it's gone can do so from December 7 as Bungie has confirmed that the DLC will stay free on that day until February with the arrival of the next chapter.
Bungie's decision is not unprecedented, as the studio has been removing and recycling old content from the game through the Destiny Content Vault. Since last year, Bungie has retired three campaigns, campaigns that gave loss see them leave the title as The Red War, Curse of Osiris and Warmind, in addition to other content such as Gambit maps, Strikes and Raids.
With the removal of one of the best campaigns ever, a campaign where the beloved Cayde-6 dies, Bungie has the opportunity to allow Destiny 2 to be a better performing and more optimized game for all platforms, especially older generations of consoles.