Bungie revealed the future of Destiny 2 with three new expansions released each year until 2022. Starting with Beyond Light, Destiny 2 will start bringing back old D1 content from Destiny Content Vault, with Vault of Glass raid being available in Year 4. Speaking of the Vault of Glass raid in Destiny 2, a new “leak” suggests that the returning raid will be accessible from Nessus.
Destiny 2 Vault of Glass Content Leaked?
Now, before we get into the leak itself, we have to mention that this comes from a (now deleted) 4chan post, which has no actual proof of the leak being legit. So, take everything with a grain of salt. Also, spoiler warning (just in case). So, the leak went up on 4chan from an anonymous user, which has leaked the Director map from Beyond Light. Check it out below:
As we can see, the image shows Nessus with a huge Vault of Glass logo on it and the raid description, “An old enemy is back Guardian, let’s hope we can take him out for good.” One thing to notice here is the wording of this sentence which just seems too bland for Bungie.
Another thing to notice is that the image mentions “Recommended light: 1100.” Now, unless Bungie is completely changing the Power level to Light level in Beyond Light, this pretty much confirms that this image is indeed not real. The recommended light level itself is 1100 which is pretty low considering the raid will be added in Season 13 or 14 and the max power will be around 1260 in Beyond Light.
The anon user also leaked the story plot of the Vault of Glass in Destiny 2 and how it would start (considering if this is all real). “VoG will be a part of the side story to save Praedyth. After finding out what the vex are doing on Europa, He tells us that the Vex have a bigger part in our Light/Dark battle. And that we need to take Aetheon’s core. Believe me or not, I don’t care”
Also, with that huge Vault of Glass symbol on Nessus, this means that players who don’t enter or complete the raid will not be able to roam around on Nessus. What are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comments!
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Destiny was released on September 9, 2014, on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360. Destiny 2 was released on September 4, 2017, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It was released later in 2019 on Google Stadia.