The campaign of Destiny 2: Shadowkeep isn’t all that long. That was to be expected as Bungie is on the record telling players to not expected a Red War or Forsaken length story. That said, story isn’t what most players play Destiny 2 for anyway. It’s what comes after. So let’s discuss five things to do after beating the Destiny 2: Shadowkeep campaign.
Get Raid Ready… Then Do It
The pinnacle of pinnacle activities in Destiny 2 is always the latest raid. Garden of Salvation is where the most hardcore PvE players will be spending their time during the Season of the Undying.
If raiding is your thing (and even if it’s not), you’ll want to start getting your power level up as high as you can to give you the best chance to succeed.
After beating Shadowkeep, you probably ended up around power level 850-860. Between turning in tokens and completing core activities (Crucible is the fastest, but Strikes and Gambit work too), you can quickly get new gear that will take you up to 900 power.
From there, you’ll need to grind our your weekly powerful engram sources to raise your power level. Definitely do all of those, every week, until you hit 950. After that, only the raid, Nightfall, and Iron Banner will bring your gear higher.
Once guides and videos start trickling out for Garden of Salvation read and consume all of that information so you know the strategies well ahead of time. Join an active clan, preferably one that is friendly and patient when it comes to raiding.
If you’re not yet ready to take on Garden of Salvation, try your hand at other raids at least if you aren’t familiar with raiding so you can get a feel for the level of cooperation you’ll need to clear Shadowkeep’s raid.