Vault of Glass is, for many people, the finest example of a Raid that Destiny has ever produced. It demanded teamwork and great in-game skills for Fireteams to find success. It also contained some of the games more enjoyable and fun weapons, like the Fatebringer.
So, it is with great excitement that Bungie has announced that Vault of Glass will be returning from the mists of time, making its way from Destiny 1 to Destiny 2.
At the moment, all we know is that the Raid will be added to Destiny 2 in Year 4, and not during 2020. This means a bit of a wait, but it also means that we will get to experience the Vault of Glass on the new console generation, fully upgraded and improved visually as Bungie has already confirmed that Destiny 2 will be supported on the next-generation consoles, and you won’t even have to pay for it.
Vault of Glass is a fond memory for many players, partially because the Raid started in a playable area of the game. You could get a little helping hand from passing strangers, and it was not uncommon for teams who were missing a player to pick someone up just outside the Vault, with many people getting their first run through a Raid this way.
The fact that it will be making it’s way to Destiny 2 is incredible news and something that the entire community will definitely appreciate. We will be stalking Luke Smith’s every tweet for more information and will update this article with anything that gets announced.