Since the Destiny 2 DLCs or not really cheap, it is important to do a quick analysis of the re-playability of the Campaign missions after you have completed them. There might be a lot of reasons behind why someone wants to replay the Campaign. He/She might not have had a good experience the first time, due to lack of proper gear. Some people might not have paid attention to the Story, the first time, and now they want to replay the whole campaign to educate themselves about the Lore. There could be many reasons. So in this article, we will guide you on whether you can play The Witch Queen Campaign or not, after completing all the campaign missions.
It has been a couple of days since The Witch Queen update dropped inside Destiny 2. It marked the beginning of the Season of the Risen, or the Season 16. This update has been a breath of fresh air in the game, and even people, who had stopped playing Destiny 2 quite a while ago, are coming back to the game. I have been playing The Witch Queen DLC since its release, and I am loving every bit of it. This is easily one of the biggest releases in the Destiny 2 history. This update has everything. From S-Tier Legendaries, like the Funnelweb and the Ragnhild-D, to unique Exotics, like the Parasite and the Osteo Striga.
The Main Campaign is pretty long if you go through all the narrations. And because of this length of the missions, there is a lot you can miss out on. So if you are wondering whether you can relive the Campaign again or not, we have the answer.
Can you replay The Witch Queen Campaign on the Same Character
Yes, you definitely can. Bungie cares about the community, and they let you play The Witch Queen Campaign, after you complete it. It is common knowledge, that you can replay the campaign by starting over with a different character. But, if you want, you can play the Campaign over and over, on the same character, as well.
How to Replay The Witch Queen Campaign
The process is very simple. Here is how to do it. After you beat Savathun, in “The Ritual” mission, You can go back to Savathun’s Throne World, to replay the Campaign Missions.
All you have to do is, you need to go to the Destinations tab, and select Savathun’s Throne World. While you are hovering over the map of the Savathun’s Throne World, you will notice the “Replayable Missions” section, followed by two icons, just below Quagmire.
Well, the first icon is for the Campaign at Classic difficulty, and the second one is for the “Legendary” difficulty. In both the difficulties, you can just choose to start from the beginning, or select a mission, specifically.
If you just want to beat Savathun, and test your weapons on her, you can directly select “The Ritual” mission. One thing you need to remember, on the “Legendary” difficulty, you will have to deal with the exact same modifiers, that you dealt with earlier, if you had already played the Campaign at Legendary difficulty. Which means, if you reach 1520 Power Level, after playing the Campaign once. Your effective Power will still remain capped at 1485.
I personally had to test different builds and weapons on Savathun, and find out a loadout to Solo her easily. So, I kept replaying the last mission over and over again. Also, you do not just spawn in at the last phase of the Savathun fight, after selecting “The Ritual” mission. You will have to go through the entire process of stopping the ritual, beating the illusions of Savathun, collapsing the towers.
So this was all about “Is The Witch Queen Campaign Replayable in Destiny 2?”.
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Last Updated on March 3, 2022
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