Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost returns in 2023 as a free-for-all event, bringing in a slew of new activities, loot, and ornaments for players to pursue.
Everyone's favorite seasonal vendor, Eva Levante, also returns with new quests, challenges, and more. With the spooky season fast approaching, here's everything players need to know about Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost, including its start time, activities, event card details, rewards, and more.
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Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost 2023 Start Time
While Bungie hasn't officially revealed the start time of this year's Festival of the Lost, players could expect it to kick off on 17 October 2023 and conclude on 7 November 2023.
Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost 2023 Activities
While it hasn't officially been confirmed, players could expect Haunted Sectors to make a return. For those unaware, Haunted Sectors are Lost Sectors with a spooky makeover. Players could expect to face headless creatures, creepy designs, and other Halloween shenanigans in these Haunted Sectors.
Bungie could also bring Haunted Forests from the earlier Festival of the Lost events, but the studio hasn't revealed anything that would suggest that. Likewise, a new Festival of the Lost activity seems too far-fetched.
Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost 2023 Ornaments
Bungie releases new themed ornament sets every year in Destiny 2 for Festival of the Lost, and this year's event will be no different.
Earlier this year, Bungie asked the Destiny 2 community whether it wanted a Spooky Spider or Bone-Chilling Beetle-themed armor ornaments.
Hunters and Titans voted for Spooky Spider, which means fans should expect Spooky Spider ornaments for those classes at this year's Festival of the Lost event. On the other hand, Warlocks voted for the Bone-Chilling Beetle, which means Warlocks will have that at this year's Festival of the Lost. Interestingly enough, a new API leak, as spotted by Twitter user JpDeathBlade, revealed the models for the Spooky Spider and Bone-Chilling armor ornaments.
Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost 2023 Event Card
Like other seasonal events, Festival of the Lost 2023 should also have its own Event Card, with plenty of challenges and rewards for players to pursue. Additionally, there should be a premium version of Event Card, which players can get for real money to unlock instant rewards like a new Ghost Projection and Sparrow.
Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost 2023 Weapons and Rewards
As of this writing, there's no info on Festival of the Lost 2023 weapon. However, it's likely to be a Spider or Beetle-themed version of an existing Destiny 2 weapon.
While other rewards haven't been confirmed, an API leak, as pointed out by Twitter user JpDeathBlade, has revealed the models for Ships, Sparrows, and Ghosts for this year's Festival of the Lost.
And that's everything you need to know about the Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost 2023 event.
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