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Destiny Patch Notes Detail Everything New In The Age Of Triumph Update

Age of Triumph is here.


Destiny's final live event, Age of Triumph, is now live alongside update 2.6.0. The accompanying patch notes lay out everything that's changed.

The major components of Age of Triumph have been detailed over the past few weeks: there are new quests to complete, gear to collect, updated Raids to conquer, and a record book to fill out. Beyond that, this patch also makes a variety of balance adjustments and introduces some quality-of-life changes.

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These changes are all over the place, impacting vendors, bounties, and more. In addition to his usual lineup, Xur now sells two Exotic weapon bundles every week; completing weapon tests for the Gunsmith now provides more reputation; Moldering Shards and charged Antiquated Runes can be traded in to Eris Morn for Crota's Bane reputation; and many items from The Dawning update are available from Eververse. You can check out the full patch notes here.

The Age of Triumph update is meant to serve as a last hurrah of sorts for Destiny. It even brings back the classic main menu music, which is a nice touch.

While there might be small updates still to come, there won't be any major new content for Destiny going forward. Instead, we're getting a sequel later this year. Bungie teased Destiny 2 with an image yesterday, while leaked posters suggests a beta is coming prior to a full release in September.

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