The weekly Bungie update is once again sharing a diverse cornucopia of Destiny 2 news pieces, from features that slipped patch note notice to the Cosmodrome’s “unvaulting.” First off, there was word from the Black at Bungie Inclusion Club, which announced that last year’s sales of the Black Lives Matter pin had helped raise $425K for the Equal Justice Initiative. That same pin, incidentally, is still on sale, with 100% of the proceeds going to the charity.
As for the game itself, the weekly digest had a section that showcased features that otherwise weren’t included in the game’s patch notes but were still noteworthy, like a new Quest Details UI. This is effectively a quest log from every other MMO, offering narrative context, quest objectives that are cleared and waiting to be cleared, and rewards for completing the quest. The section also has some general updates collected in one list as well.
Finally, the post talked about the return of the Cosmodrome from Destiny 1, specifically pointing out the decisions being made on how much of the legacy content was coming back. Ultimately, the Devil’s Lair and Fallen S.A.B.E.R. strikes will be returning but additional pieces of content from the Cosmodrome will not in the interest of focusing development on new content. That said, the Vault of Glass raid will also be unvaulted sometime later this year.