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The Final Shape Brings a Vault Space Revolution

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Guardians, gear up for an exciting update in the Destiny 2 universe! The much-anticipated expansion, The Final Shape, is not only concluding the epic Light and Dark saga but also expanding your arsenal's capacity. Here's what you need to know:

More Room for Loot: A Vault Space Upgrade

Bungie has confirmed an addition of 100 vault spaces for all players, elevating the total to a whopping 700 slots. This upgrade, announced in the March 26 devstream, is set to accompany the Into the Light update on April 9, with the vault expansion following in June.

A Brief History of Vault Expansions

This isn't the first vault space increase we've seen. Season 17 saw a jump to 600 slots from the longstanding 500 since Forsaken in 2018. This change reflects Bungie's commitment to accommodating the growing arsenal of weapons and gear that Destiny 2 offers.

Strategic Stashing: Preparing for The Final Shape

With the new expansion, the need for a pre-launch vault purge is alleviated. Players can now look forward to stowing away new gear without the stress of making space, a stark contrast to the routine clean-up required during regular season updates.

For the Veterans: Managing a Full Vault

Even with 700 slots, seasoned players juggling multiple classes and their unique Exotic armor pieces might find themselves nearing capacity. Regular armor and weapon collections, including those with various rolls, contribute to a quickly filling vault.

Community Tools to the Rescue

Managing your vault is made easier with community-developed tools like the Destiny Item Manager (DIM), which allows for efficient tagging and sorting of items. DestinyRecipes also offers a vault-cleaning tool that works in tandem with DIM, streamlining the decluttering process.

Looking Ahead: A Smoother Transition

The additional vault space is a game-changer, easing the transition into The Final Shape and future updates. While manual deletion of gear remains a task, the extra slots mean less worry about your vault's capacity, though it's still wise to consider a clean-out before new releases.

Join the discussion and share how this vault space increase will impact your gameplay strategy in Destiny 2! ๐ŸŽฎ

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