Myrtle still dies, this is a huge turning point in the novel and I want to keep it in. She died trying to pursue her dream, which was that of wealth and in the next couple of tiles I plan to do the same with Gatsby
Gatsby finds out that Daisy is no longer the person he once knew. He realizes this because she is not shocked by Myrtle's death. He still loves her, but comes to realize that he doesn't want to associate this 'heartless' Daisy
Wilson still kills Gatsby and himself. He is so heartbroken over Myrtle's death and could no longer live with himself. Gatsby on the other had, while realizing that Daisy isn't going to take him back he tries to leave the city but Wilson was already there. Both of their dreams were their downfalls.
Nick still confronts Tom. Tom still tells Nick the truth about how Wilson figured out where the car was. They are both angry at each other for not understanding their perspectives
As Nick learns such information from Tom, he takes him to court to try and redeem Gatsby. Nothing will happen though as Tom and Daisy are too rich to have anyone care about their actions.
The ending to this novel is perfect. If I didn't have to change anything about it, I wouldn't have. Gatsby's death symbolizes the death of the American Dream, and I feel like leaving this in in my revison is something important as I completely agree with it