Destiny 2 increases vault space

Bungie confirms that it will increase the size of Destiny 2 Vault by 100 with the 4.1.0 update, which includes additional patches this month.

Bungie offered Fate space for players to store their extra goods from the first game, and the Destiny 2 safe is about to increase in size. This improvement in vault space will allow Destiny 2 players to store weapons, armor, materials, items and more in the additional slots coming with an upcoming update.

The flow Destiny 2 Vault can only hold 500 items, but according to Bungie, this has been increased by 100 to include 600 total slots for players to store items in. Because each player saw an increase in Vault size by 100, and with over 38 million players, Bungie created millions of new empty Vault spaces in the update. This Vault improvement will go into effect with Update 4.1.0, the first update to Destiny 2 because The Witch Queen the expansion was released earlier this year.

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Bungie will bring the 4.1.0 update to Destiny 2 on May 24, but the time will depend on the region a player resides in. According to Bungie’s maintenance schedule, Destiny 2 will go offline at 9:45 a.m. PDT, and it should return at 10:00 a.m. and should be playable at 11:00 a.m. Since these timings are subject to change with each update, it may take longer which will delay the update download further for players, but Destiny 2 should be back for players on the afternoon of May 24.


Destiny 2 players have been asking for more space in their chests since Abandoned and Shadow Keeper, but Bungie said it was investigating “future solutions”. It’s not yet clear what these solutions will be, but the developers may be considering other ideas for storing items, as they apparently had to “pull some strings” to get the extra 100 slots. Bungie has acknowledged that it knows the added Vault space still won’t allow players to keep all the things they want, but players will be able to keep more of the items they don’t want to part with.


Other live service games that have come out over the years such as No Man’s Sky, GTA onlineand The Division 2offer banks similar to the Destiny 2 Vault, but some did not keep up with the space request. Although Activision Blizzard developed the Guild Bank in World of Warcraft Since its implementation, the standard bank for each player has remained mostly intact since the game’s release in 2004. With Bungie adding to the vault in the new update, it’s clear the developer is aware of the demand for Destiny 2 players, unlike games that don’t expand their vaults.


Destiny 2 is now available for Google Stadia, PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

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Source: Bungie


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