Calus and His Leviathan Ship Return To Destiny 2’s Season of the Haunted

Bungie Destiny 2 Season 17: Bungie stated on Monday night that Season of the Haunted, the 17th season of Destiny 2, will be the next adventure for the Guardians. It’s safe to say that Season 17 will once again take place on the gigantic, planet-devouring ship known as The Leviathan. The Solar 3.0 subclass change, a new dungeon (separate purchase from the season), and a slew of new treasures will also be available for Guardians.

Bungie has revealed fresh information on Season 17 of Destiny 2, confirming its name and a solar 3.0 update ahead of its May 24 release. Now that the Season of the Risen has come to an end, players should claim their in-game goodies and get ready for the reset, but beyond that, Bungie has been mum on what players can anticipate from the new content in Season 2.

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Season of the Risen, which began in Destiny 2 around three months ago, brought a slew of new difficulties for the game’s Guardians. Tougher heroic campaigns with even bigger prizes were among the additional challenges available to players.

Player concerns over Season 17’s lack of information are understandable given how successful Season of the Risen has been, and how well-received Witch Queen expansion has been. Fans of Destiny continue to wish for more upgrades and stronger weapons to face the next major boss despite the release of 60 new Destiny weapons in Season 16

Destiny 2 Season 17 has been teased by Bungie and shown off in a new trailer and on the company’s official website just hours before it goes live. From 9:00 a.m. PDT (16:00 a.m. UTC) until 11:00 a.m. PDT on May 24, players will be unable to access Destiny 2 due to maintenance for Season 17.

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(18:00 UTC). There will be no downtime for the servers from 9:45 AM PDT to 10 AM PDT, despite the fact that the maintenance is supposed to last for two hours. For the new season, it’s being called “Season of the Haunted,” and fans can look forward to solar 3.0 as the next major redesign for solar subclasses, following on from The Witch Queen expansion’s void 3.0 revamp.

For the first time ever, a piece of Destiny 2 material from the vault will be made available to players. Season of the Haunted in Destiny 2 promises to bring a lot of new material to the table, including sandbox improvements, reputation changes, and gameplay changes.

Fans of Destiny 2 have been clamoring for additional loot space since the first game was released, and Bungie has now confirmed that it will be available in the new season. The looting problem in Destiny 2 is that players are encouraged to gather as much treasure as possible despite only having a limited amount of storage space accessible. The addition of 600 treasure slots in Destiny 2 could alleviate some of the difficulties felt by fans.

Despite the fact that further information about Season 17 of Destiny 2: The Taken King has yet to be revealed, it appears like Bungie has listened to players while making their decisions. Destiny 2 gamers will be eager to get their hands on Season 17 when it goes live later today, thanks to a plethora of new content and the return of the Leviathan.