A Destiny 2 character boost will let players pay to skip the Lightfall campaign on their alternate characters (alts) after completing it on their main, removing a significant headache for players who don’t want to replay the campaign to access endgame content on multiple characters. This new campaign skip is in addition to the existing character boost that allows players to skip the FPS game‘s gear grind – having reached the game’s soft power cap with one character, they can pay for an armour set at that cap for their alts, so there’s precedent for this kind of thing.
The news comes in the latest issue of This Week at Bungie, the Destiny developer’s weekly update. The TWAB doesn’t say how much Guardians will have to pay to skip the campaign on secondary characters, but the existing paid power boosts cost 200 Silver, or roughly $20, so we shouldn’t assume it’ll be cheap. Both the campaign skip and the Lightfall power skip will be available in-game as of Destiny 2 season 20 and the Destiny 2 Lightfall release date, for those that meet the necessary requirements to activate them.
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