Convergence, a revised version of Destiny 1’s Pantheon, will debut today for Destiny 2 PvP.
The hype for Destiny 2: Forsaken has mostly been centered around the Last Wish raid (which was recently completed in under 19 hours by Clan Redeem). The machine keeps on chugging though, with the next big event being Iron Banner. PvP players will be engaged in Control, but this time around, Power advantages will be enabled.
But that’s not all that’s changing with this iteration. Bungie has announced on Twitter that a Crucible map called Convergence will be added when Iron Banner goes live. The map seems to be a reprised version of Pantheon, a classic Destiny 1 map that arrived with The Dark Below DLC. We’ll have to wait and see it drop before knowing about the changes that have been made.
Iron Banner will run for an entire week, starting from September 18th to 25th. Lord Saladin will offer seven weekly bounties to complete, each providing an event-themed reward. However, two bounties in particular grant “powerful rewards”, which could be weapons or armour. Saladin will also have armour and weapons that can be purchased when their associated bounties are complete.
Iron Banner returns tomorrow.
With it a reprised Crucible map: Convergence.
— Bungie (@Bungie) September 17, 2018