Destiny 2: Season of the Worthy brings back Trials of Osiris. We’ll also see new activities in familiar locations such as Seraph Towers and Seraph Bunkers. Along the way, players will level the Warmind Khanjali artifact and obtain exotics such as the Fourth Horseman shotgun (from Destiny 1) and the Tommy’s Matchbook auto rifle. Our guides and features hub helps you all throughout the Season of the Worthy, and we’ll continue updating this page as more content becomes available.
Destiny 2: Season of the Worthy – Guides and features hub
Season of the Worthy announcement – Here’s what you can expect in Destiny 2 for the next couple of months.
Official review – Our official review lets you know about the game’s content and progression, as well as if the Season of the Worthy can truly be considered worth your while.
Fixing the 30 FPS lock – It seems framerates are capped at 30 FPS once you start the new season. Here’s a quick workaround.
Obtaining the Warmind Khanjali – Here’s how you can get your artifact early in the game.
Warmind Khanjali artifact mods – The Warmind Khanjali artifact is your new means of progression during the Season of the Worthy. There are new mods for your armor pieces as well as anti-champion mods that you can socket in your weapons.
Seraph Towers guide – Seraph Towers are public events available to all players. You’ll find these in multiple locations throughout the system, and you’ll need to battle your foes to empower Rasputin.
EDZ Seraph Bunker guide – Seraph Bunkers, meanwhile, provide you bounties and upgrades as well as access to “legendary” lost sectors. Here’s our guide for the EDZ’s content.
Moon Seraph Bunker guide – The Moon’s version of the Seraph Bunker was made available on March 24.
Legendary lost sectors guide – You’ll be able to venture into familiar areas throughout the system, but there will be tougher challenges this time around.
Bunker Buster missions – These daily missions are very short romps that take place inside the Seraph Bunkers.
Leveling guide – We tell you the best means of increasing your power level and grabbing pinnacle rewards to get ready for Trials of Osiris and the rest of the season.
The Whisper and Zero Hour bug – Looks like it’s time to grab your Whisper of the Worm and Outbreak Perfected exotics and their catalysts.
Trials of Osiris – The high-stakes, “sweaty,” 3-on-3 PvP game mode returns every Friday. Saint-14 will be cheering you on or mourning your loss. We provide you with some tips about the “meta” choices so you can successfully claim pinnacle rewards and make your way to the Lighthouse after you go flawless.
Iron Banner and the Point of the Stag ritual weapon – The sole ritual weapon in this DLC, a bow at that, is part of the Iron Banner’s quest.
The Fourth Horseman exotic quest – This exotic shotgun from Destiny 1 makes its return.
Guardian Games trailer – This event runs from April 21 to May 12. Players will be able to grab new armor sets and face off in class competitions.
Guardian Games guide – So, what exactly does this event entail and what are your tasks?
Heir Apparent exotic – This exotic machine gun is available during the Guardian Games event and you’ll need to complete several triumphs.
Felwinter’s Lie quest – One of the best shotguns in Destiny 1 makes its return, but the questline to obtain it can be quite a slog.
Why legendary item/weapon sunsetting is worrisome – Some of the best items you’ve gotten used to will no longer be viable as we progress through Destiny 2‘s seasons, and that can be very concerning.
Additional tips and content drops – Below, you’ll see the calendar of content drops for Destiny 2: Season of the Worthy. We’ll continue to provide more guides and features if Bungie have additional surprises in store.
Destiny 2 is available on Steam. The Season of the Worthy DLC requires the season pass which can be purchased via the Eververse in-game shop. The entire season lasts from March 10 to June 9, 2020.