The returning raid is theorized to be King's Fall from Destiny: The Taken King. PvP maps from the first game and its sequel are also coming.
Year 4 seasonal content including Presage and Harbinger also being vaulted though Proving Grounds, Battlegrounds and more will remain.
The Glaive is the first weapon in the series that's available only through crafting, and will come in Legendary and Exotic versions.
Director Joe Blackburn says there are currently "no plans" for players to "lose anything substantial" with the upcoming Light subclass revamps.
Bungie will be focusing on Light subclasses this year instead. Stasis also won't be getting new Aspects or Fragments this season.
The newest season starts today and sees players traveling to the Dreaming City to rescue Mara Sov's people. Crossplay is also going live.
Travel to Savathun's Throne World to finally face the Witch Queen when the next big expansion launches on February 22nd 2022.
Players will travel to Savathun's Throne World in the expansion and also craft their own weapons with unique stats, mods and shaders.
Destiny 2 showcase set for tomorrow at 9 AM PT could provide the first real look at the expansion's antagonist along with other new details.
The Awoken Queen is seemingly the focus in Season 15. More details will be revealed on August 24th at Bungie's next showcase.
The official Twitter teases Savathûn's symbol along with the tagline "Survive the Truth." The Witch Queen expansion is currently slated for 2022.
The looter shooter's development often goes with the flow, for better or worse.
Bungie also confirms another expansion coming after Lightfall.
The next two expansions will have new destinations to explore.