Venture to an ancient fortress to take out some Scorn that possess Ahamkara artifacts, with new armor sets and weapons to earn.
Bungie believes "there are other parts of Destiny 2 that new players should want to dive into" before chasing these Exotics and materials.
The Destiny 2 Starter Pack has been the subject of quite a bit of criticism since it was launched earlier this week, with players calling it an attempt at introducing pay-to-win to the game.
The pack includes three Exotics, cosmetics and some materials and is drawing ire for effectively acting as a trap for new players.
A new Exotic Strand bow, the Riven's Lair activity, new story missions, the return of The Citadel in Crucible and more are available now.
The team wants to launch a Fireteam Finder for Raids, Dungeons, Strikes, PvP and more in the New Year and before The Final Shape.
There aren't many details about the next Dungeon, but it could involve Shaxx, the Crucible handler, who used to be a Warlord.
"We think a bunch of the systems and the gameplay are things you need to see, not just hear," says Bungie's Joe Blackburn.
Into the Light offers a two-month content update for all players in April 2024 to prepare them for the release of The Final Shape.
Bungie says the expansion "needs more time to become exactly what we want it to be." New details and gameplay are coming in April.
While 343 Industries' first-person shooter seems to be enjoying increased engagement, Bungie's title is continuing its downward climb.
One of the best debuff dealers in the game is available for 29 Legendary Shards, along with the Ketchkiller set and new Legendary weapons.
Destiny 2 players will soon be able to find and create Fireteams without the need for third-party tools.
Solo Operative, a perk that grants increased damage for solo players, also returns when Season of the Wish launches on November 28th.
The next update goes live on November 28th with Season of the Wish and affects Devour, Throwing Hammer, Sol Invictus and more.
Titans, Warlocks and Hunters can acquire armor resembling the Viper, Bear and Wolf Schools from CD Projekt RED's hit action RPG series.
This week's armor is the Gensym Knight set, while new Legendary weapons and a random roll for Hawkmoon are also available.
Check out a short teaser to get a glimpse of what you can expect from the story of Destiny 2's Season of the Wish.
The Lost Pacific set is this week's Legendary armor, while Hawkmoon has Killing Wind, Hammer-Forged Rifling and Textured Grip.
Based on the key art, it appears to focus on Riven and The Dreaming City, perhaps hinting at a conclusion to the never-ending loop.