Destiny’s Age Of Triumph Marks The End Of An Era For Next Week

by Robert Workman


It’s been a long time coming, and with Destiny 2 rumors running rampant today, it seems there’s no better time to send off the original adventure that started it all in style.

Bungie has confirmed today that the final chapter of its original Destiny game, Age of Triumph, will arrive on March 28th. The company recently released a new trailer for the forthcoming content, and provided an idea of what to expect from the final go-around before the team moves on to the second game in the series.

With the new content, Bungie will introduce a number of raid challenges that will be provided on a weekly basis, bringing with them extra gear that players can use to their advantage. The first of these raids will be a revamped version of the Crota’s End raid, which was originally introduced a while ago with The Dark Below. Players will notice quite a few changes this time around, though, the company has promised.

In addition, a new 13-page record book will be introduced with the update, which will provide additional rewards depending on what activities you complete in the game. You can actually earn a special shirt that you can actually wear in real life from Bungie by doing this, though you’ll need to shell out a few bucks in order to get it. (Real life money – sorry, your credits won’t get the job done here.)

Along with that, players will also be able to experience a number of Iconic Raids that will be raised to 390 Light, along with the new Daybreak Nightfall modifier, and items that will be offered from the game’s past, although a list wasn’t available at the time of the report. So, yeah, there’s plenty to do when it comes to this final piece of content.

You can check out the trailer below, and give yourself a good idea of what to expect from the last hurrah of the original entry of this series. Then we’ll be keeping a close eye on what comes next, as a Destiny 2 announcement is probably just right around the corner.

Destiny is available now for Xbox One and PlayStation 4, as well as Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 (although the content is made with the new systems in mind).

By Robert Workman

Robert Workman has spent years working in the video game industry, for sites like Shacknews, AOL GameDaily and Marooners Rock. He's also very skilled in contributing to podcasts and video broadcasts, and can pretty much out-game you under the table. Oh, and just go ahead and ask him about glorious craft beers. Go on, ask him.