Despite missing just a few days to the debut of Destiny 2: Shadows from the Deep, there were many who had doubts about the system through which it will be possible to obtain the third Super of each subclass.
To clarify any doubts, the developers have arrived on Twitter, who have revealed how the unlocking of the powerful additional moves of Titans, Hunters and Sorcerers will work. Those who will play Destiny New Light will not have access to the additional branches of the subclasses, while all owners of I Renegades or Shadows from the Deep will get them automatically from the start, without having to unlock them through any quest. In short, if you are among the lazy people who have not yet unlocked all 9 Super of the Year 2 you will not have to lift a single finger. It is very likely that this choice was taken by Bungie to prevent players from struggling to find companions for matchmaking-free activities such as the Blind Well, often sparsely populated.
While waiting to get your hands on the expansion, we remind you that on our pages you will find a guide with tips for getting ready for the release of Destiny 2 Shadowkeep. Anyone who has pre-ordered the game on Steam can also proceed to the preload of Destiny 2 Shadows from the Deep, while the console users will have to wait until next Monday.
All Shadowkeep players WILL have access to the Forsaken subclasses. Even if they don't own Forsaken.
— Destiny 2 (@DestinyTheGame) September 26, 2019