Players have received content from Destiny 2 in a variety of ways ever since its first release in 2017. The game has done an excellent job of enticing players to keep playing by adding DLCs, new weapons, and subclasses. But Destiny 2 may use some significant improvements to certain of its activities. \n \nDestiny's crucible hasn't changed much in years, save for the occasional map update. As a result, players continue to crave more content even though gameplay can be made more engaging by improvements like those to Le Monarque. Likewise, the Vanguard Ops playlist could use some fresh material, and the same is true. \n \nFortunately, Bungie may provide more content in a variety of straightforward methods besides new DLCs and Destiny subclasses. A Destiny 2 fan also mentioned on Reddit that some of the current Destiny material would be ideal for the Vanguard Ops playlist. \n \nIn a recent post on the Destiny 2 subreddit, Reddit member RazuriRapisu suggested that the Shadowkeep expansion's new content might enhance Vanguard Ops. \n \nFor gamers who don't know, the DLC expanded the title to include Nightmare and Empire Hunts. Pleasantly challenging and, most importantly, engaging are two qualities of the PvE modes. Although eight Nightmare Hunts and three Empire Hunts are available in Destiny 2, they may provide a tonne of exciting diversity for the Vanguard Ops playlist. \n \nThe true Destiny fans don't play the game because they like Vanguard Ops. Instead, many gamers adore the fantasy world that Destiny has created and can't wait to see how the plot develops throughout Destiny 2's upcoming seasons and expansions. \n \nPlayers can look for upgrades to some of the everyday activities as the FPS game comes closer to the next major DLC, Lightfall, and the ensuing finale of the Destiny 2 plot. Still, they shouldn't be surprised if Bungie decides to focus on the campaign that millions of players are eager to continue.