The third expansion, The Taken King, was released on September 15, 2015, marking the end of "Year One" of Destiny. The expansion focuses on Oryx, father of Crota, as he leads a new race of enemy, the Taken, to avenge his son's death. Players have access to a new PvE area, the Dreadnaught, Oryx's massive ship situated in the rings of Saturn (with its own Patrol mode), as well as playable missions on Mars' moon Phobos (previously only available in PvP), and the raid, "King's Fall", that will "put players to the ultimate test" and will release on September 18. A new activity called Court of Oryx is accessed during the Dreadnaught's Patrol mode. During Patrol, players collect items called runes that can be used to activate a new type of public event with random bosses and three levels of difficulty. A new heavy weapon was introduced, a sword, which has new mechanics from the swords that can be used during certain Hive missions. Three new strikes were added and three Year One strikes were revised to include the Taken race in addition to the other enemies. Seven new Crucible maps were added, in addition to two new PvP modes, "Rift" and "Mayhem". New sub-classes were added for all three classes; the Void-based "Nightstalker" for Hunter, the Arc-based "Stormcaller" for Warlock, and the Solar-based "Sunbreaker" for Titan. Access to an additional mission, which "test[s] the speed and strategic abilities of [players] in new ways", is available to those who redeem a code from specially-marked Red Bull energy drinks. During the month of July 2015, those who redeemed the codes also received an additional consumable item, "Focused Light", which boosted experience gained by 50% for 30 minutes. The mission is a timed exclusive until January 2016. Like the previous expansions, The Taken King has time-limited exclusives for PlayStation platforms, which will last until late-2016. These include the strike "The Echo Chamber", a new Crucible map "Sector 618", an exotic scout rifle ("The Jade Rabbit"), and a legendary gear set for each class: Hesperos (Titan), Azoth Bend (Warlock), and Neuroghast (Hunter). Two new retail versions of Destiny, the "Legendary Edition" and "Collector's Edition", were released alongside The Taken King: both include a copy of the game, all "Year One" DLC, and The Taken King. The Collector's Edition is exclusive to GameStop and includes a SteelBook case, digital content (three armor shaders and an exotic class item and emote for each class), and "Cayde-6's Intel Cache"—a collection of artwork, other items, and a Strange Coin replica. A Digital Collector's Edition is also available, which includes Destiny, all "Year One" DLC, The Taken King, and the digital content. Owners of the original game, the previous two expansions, and had a character of at least level 30 prior to The Taken King's launch received additional commemorative items, and have the option to receive the digital content of the Collector's Editions for an additional price. Bungie also offered two pre-order bonuses for The Taken King—the "Vanguard Pack" and the "Suros Arsenal Pack"— which were early access to the new Vanguard weapons and the new Suros family of weapons. A new PS4 bundle is also available, which includes a limited edition white 500GB PS4 with Destiny artwork on the face of the console, the Legendary Edition of Destiny: The Taken King, and all bonus content from the Legendary and Digital Collector's Editions. Players who purchase The Taken King receive an item called Spark of Light, which boosts one new character to level 25, the minimum level needed to play The Taken King content..