Destiny 2 Forsaken: How Much Does It Cost?

How Much Does Destiny 2 Forsaken Cost?

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The Destiny series continues to expand its universe with the release of Destiny 2: Forsaken, a promising new entry in the series, full of dangerous new foes, powerful weapons to wield, and secrets to uncover. Here’s everything you need about the cost of Forsaken.

Set after a daring prison break that left Cayde-6 dead and Uldren free to wreak havoc alongside his eight Barons, the latest expansion for Destiny 2 tasks the guardians with tracking down these villains in a quest for vengeance, taking them out by any means necessary. To do so, players will have to utilize the many new powers and weapons scattered throughout the world, travel to the perilous Tangled Shore and Dreaming City, and search for long-buried secrets lost to time.

Touted as one of the most ambitious additions to the series yet, Forsaken is content that fans won’t want to miss, while also providing a perfect starting point for those who may not have taken the leap into Bungie’s franchise. Of course, with all of the content provided by this expansion, many might be wondering how much it will cost them to check it out.

This all depends on which version of Destiny 2: Forsaken players pick up: The standard version of the game will cost buyers $39.99 at almost every retailer. For those who would like the game’s annual pass included, the price climbs up to $69.99, and for those who would like some Awoken-themed in game items, Activision and Bungie are offering a digital deluxe edition for $79.99

Destiny 2: Forsaken is now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. For more on the series, check out some of our other guides on the game via our wiki for everything you need to know, from how to unlock the Tangled Shore to the best way to hunt down and defeat the Barons. Likewise, check out our take on the importance of the expansion living up to its hype, both for its own success and the longevity of the series.

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