Eternity (Map)

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Eternity (Map)
Eternity PvP banner.jpg
Zone Unknown Space
Playlists Quickplay, Competitive
Expansion Red War season icon.pngDestiny 2
Exclusivity No
See also: Eternity

Eternity is a PvP Map. It was removed from the game and added to the Destiny Content Vault with the release of Beyond Light in the Season of the Hunt. It was later unvaulted in the Season of the Risen.


Game Types:


Cliff is an area on the west side of the map. It is an initial spawn location from which you can go left to Cube or right to Gates

  • Bath is right above the Cliff and serves as an alternate route to Cube.


  • Fork is a narrow passage connecting Gates to the Temple and Pass.


  • Cube is a great location to fall back to and can be used to throw nasty grenades toward the Pool or Fork.
  • Chutes is right above the Pool. It provides enough coverage and lets you regenerate your health.
  • Key Hole is tucked in the northwest corner and contains a Charge point.
  • Cut serves as a quick shortcut from Pool and Key Hole to Temple. Taking control of this area is very important if you wish to win a game of Charge.


Back is a big open area on the east side of Eternity. It contains a second spawn location in the southeast corner.


Temple is in the middle of the map and is an important location if you are playing Charge. West from the temple, you will also find a Countdown point of interest. Both of these make it a high-traffic area.

  • Pass is a narrow corridor that connects Temple with Fork and Back.


South part of Eternity is reserved for the Beach. It provides a lot of covers and is a good flanking position, as the Temple is quite close.


  • Make sure to buddy up with another member and hunt down the same opponents. Never flank alone.
  • Eternity offers many close-range fights, so you should use Power ammo to gain an advantage.
  • For loadout, we advise picking up a good Auto Rifle and Scout Rifle such as ScatheLocke and The End.
  • If you want to play defense, split up into 2 teams and hold a position in Key Hole and Temple.
  • If you are playing aggressively, 3 players should move to Key Hole, and 1 to Temple, who should serve as a scout and report movement.

actively communicate with your fireteam to set up a good flank.


Callout Map by /u/r3likt

Patch History

  • 6.3.0[1]
    • Eternity should now award progress towards This Is the Way Triumph in Trials.
    • Fixed an issue allowing players to exit the play area on Eternity.
  • 4.0.1[3]
    • Fixed an issue where Vostok and Eternity Crucible maps were not being weighted heavily enough for Season 16.
    • Added Vostok and Eternity back into Crucible playlists.
    • Adjusted Power Ammo locations on the Eternity map
    • Added invisible physics and kill volumes to keep players inside the intended playable area on the following maps:
      • Eternity
  • 1.0.3[7]
    • Added a soft-kill volume to keep players from hiding on the edge of the map
    • Dead players' Ghosts will no longer appear in the "Fork" location


  1. "Destiny 2 Update 6.3.0" Bungie, posted by Bruno Louviers, 6 Dec. 2022, wikipage
  2. "Destiny 2 Hotfix" Bungie, posted by Cozmo_BNG, 26 Apr. 2022, wikipage
  3. "Destiny 2 Update 4.0.1" Bungie, posted by Destiny Dev Team, 19 Apr. 2022, wikipage
  4. "Destiny 2 Update" Bungie, posted by Destiny Dev Team, 22 Feb. 2022, wikipage
  5. "Destiny 2 Update - 12/12/2017" Bungie, posted by Destiny Dev Team, 12 Dec. 2017, wikipage
  6. "Destiny 2 Hotfix - 10/3/2017" Bungie, posted by Destiny Dev Team, 3 Oct. 2017, wikipage
  7. "Destiny 2 Update - 09/25/2017" Bungie, posted by Destiny Dev Team, 25 Sep. 2017, wikipage