The seasonal event Festival of the Lost returns to Destiny 2 – specifically the paid version, Destiny 2: Shadowkeep.

Eva Levante has returned for the mask-wearing holiday, which is like a combination of Halloween and Dia de los Muertos. The Tower has been decorated with pumpkins, candles, cobwebs, and other spooky features. By speaking with Eva, all players will earn a Masquerader Helmet and begin earning Chocolate Coins from bounties and activities. These coins can then be used to purchase special seasonal mask ornaments for the new helmet.

Players can also earn candy, which can be spent on Mystery Grab Bags and the Braytech Werewolf Legendary Auto Rifle, a 950 Masterworked Power Weapon. The Eververse holds many other new costumes and customizations, including skeleton armor and Jack-O’-Lantern helmet masks.

The Haunted Forest dungeon holds a lot of fiendish threats. Guardians have 15 minutes to get as far as they can. The new PvP Crucible Mode is called Momentum Control. Momentum focuses on gunplay, providing a fast-paced experience where the power of all guns has been greatly increased. Guardians will need to be aggressive to get kills and earn charged melees, grenades, and Supers.

The Festival of the Lost event ends November 19. The base game of Destiny 2 has recently become free-to-play, as well as now available on Steam on PC. Shadowkeep is a standalone paid expansion. Destiny 2 is rated T for Teen.

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