It’s only just started, but there are already players wondering about the Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost 2019 end date. Come on, Guardians, just enjoy it while it’s here. The Halloween event only kicked off on October 29, but it appears that people are concerned it’ll be over just after October 31. When is the Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost 2019 end date? If you’d like a definitive answer to your question, we’re here to help. Read our guide to find the answer that you seek. And maybe some candy if you’re lucky.
How Long is Left Until Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost 2019 End Date?
As we stated, the 2019 edition of Festival of the Lost was only patched into Destiny 2 on Tuesday, October 29. That’s quite late for a Halloween-inspired celebration. It might have you worried that, with Halloween taking place on October 31, that Festival of the Lost will be over by the weekend of November 2 and 3.
Well, fear not, Guardian. The Festival of the Lost is here for a while longer yet. According to the launch trailer for this iteration of the event, Festival of the Lost will run right through to mid-November. If you’d like a more specific date than that, The Festival of the Lost will end on November 19.
That means that you’ve got another two-and-a-half weeks to enjoy all of the festivities. The pumpkins, candles, and other decorations will remain at the Tower until then. You’ll also be able to partake in new dungeons, public events, and strikes until that time. Finally, you’ll get any and all rewards for completing certain tasks.
Once Festival of the Lost is over, it’s likely that developer Bungie will begin to prepare for a Christmas event in-game. We don’t know when that’ll be yet, but we’ll certainly let you know once we do. For now, the Destiny 2 Festival of the Lost 2019 end date is far away, so enjoy it while it lasts.