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Recently, during a livestream, Bungie announced their new expansion for Destiny 2 called Beyond Light, which will see players travelling to the icy moon of Jupiter, Europa. But Bungie also revealed their content roadmap for the next 3 years and, well it’s pretty interesting. Whether you’re a fan of the game or not, or maybe you just lost interest halfway through, Bungie is continually looking for ways to appeal to it’s hardcore playerbase, including no plans whatsoever for a Destiny 3.
We finally have some more details on what’s coming with the new season of Destiny.
No Mans Sky have seen a massive surge in positive player feedback and reactions, Destiny 2 has been very up and down. Now, with the return of the Trials of Osiris, the fan base is more divided than ever…
Destiny 2 - Shadowkeep, a paid expansion which takes players on a quest beneath the surface of our moon.
It’s exciting times ahead for Destiny 2, as unbelievable as that sounds. Bungie has parted ways with Activision-Blizzard and is now free to go as wild and crazy as it wants without a suit breathing down their neck muttering ‘how can we bleed their bank accounts dry’.
Bungie has announced both Destiny 2: Shadowkeep and Destiny 2: New Light have been delayed. Both were originally scheduled to launch on September 17th but they’ve now been pushed back a few weeks to October 1st.
For that small niche of people still playing Destiny 2 and who also happen to own one of AMD’s lovely new Ryzen 3000 series processors, the arrival of their CPU meant they couldn’t even boot Destiny 2 at all.
We’ve been wondering for a while what Bungie’s split from Activision would mean for the Destiny franchise, along with whether this could pave the way for wholesale changes. The answer is an emphatic ‘yes’.
Just a quick one for you as we’re sure plenty of you have seen this already but Destiny 2 is currently available totally free of charge on PC.
Destiny and Halo developer Bungie has filed a trademark for a new game called ‘Matter’, including the first logo and artwork for the title. It’s unclear at the moment whether Matter has anything to do with Destiny 2, although the dramatically different styling and use of colour suggest it isn’t.
The future of Destiny 2 is set to be revealed this coming Tuesday, June 5th. Bungie will be hosting a live reveal showcasing Destiny - Year 2, including what will probably be a large-scale expansion pack due to launch this September.