According to Destiny 2 game director Joe Blackburn, Presage will be returning to Destiny 2 via exotic rotator missions, which will also include Vox Obscura and Operation: Seraph's Shield. The exotic missions will allow New Lights to experience content they didn't get to experience when it was first introduced in the FPS game. They'll also provide continuing opportunities for experienced players to enjoy missions Bungie previously removed.
Blackburn added that the Exotic mission rotator will include Exotic missions from Seasons 13, 16, and 19: Presage, Vox Obscura, and Operation: Seraph's Shield. "We hope to utilize this rotator in the future to continue to bring some of Destiny 2's most classic missions."
Players have questioned why specific missions, such as Operation: Seraph's Shield, which is part of the Destiny 2 Revision Zero exotic quest, should be canceled after a set time. The rotator is an excellent way to bring missions like this back without having them replace all-new content.
Blackburn has provided further information as to what players can expect beyond the release of Destiny 2 Lightfall. Strikes that have not been updated recently, such as Exodus Crash and The Inverted Spire, will be removed from the Vanguard Ops playlists, although they will still be available to play in Destiny 2's Season of Defiance.
Blackburn provided further information on upcoming difficulty adjustments and suggested that Destiny 2 players may expect a reprise in Season 22 of Lightfall. The addition of the Destiny 2 Strand subclass to one of the best multiplayer games on PC