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Destiny 2 Calendar Helps Track Every Weekly Event, Loot Drop

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One of the best aspects of Destiny 2 is the continued support, especially since the launch of ForsakenNevertheless, some players can be hard pressed to keep up with the number of events at any given time from which Escalation Protocol it is week to week to when Whisper of the Worms is available. Now, one dedicated player has compiled all of this into one handy calendar that players can use to keep up with these events.

It's worth mentioning that this clearly took time and effort, as this Destiny 2 calendar is highly detailed and goes through January 1, 2020, with everything that's known. For DLC such as the Black Armory, the calendar even marks speculative release dates and will be frequently updated.

This calendar, which can be accessed here, contains plenty of material to keep players up to date, including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Daily Milestone Resets
  • Weekly Reset
  • Curse Weeks
  • Gambit Primeval
  • Escalation Protocol with Weapon drop schedule
  • Ascendant Challenges
  • Taken Egg locations
  • Whisper of the Worm
  • Xur's Weekly Reset
  • Seasonal Events such as Iron Banner and DLC release date speculations

Likely to be well-received by newcomers and veterans alike, this calendar should at the very least prevent the often-asked question: "What week is it?" Nevertheless, many players are currently aware of the on-going Festival of the Lost event, set to get the online-only multiplayer first-person shooter into the Halloween spirit.

In fact, players who complete and grind the offerings of this event are able to unlock the Horror Story Auto Rifle, which for owners of Forsaken has a power level of 600 with set rolls. While players can be finishing up this event, they can perhaps use this calendar to prepare for the next. Until then, Guardians, good luck out there.

Destiny 2: Forsaken is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Source: Reddit

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