Destiny 2 New DLC: Mark Your Calendar

Leigh Mccormick
April 13, 2018

Bungie updated its roadmap for the future of the game, and we know that this update will add seasonal Crucible rankings, private matches, an increase to vault space, support for multiple equipped emotes, Exotic weapon Masterworks, and more.

All of this takes place as Destiny 2 hits Season Three, which is set to begin on May 8, 2018. The developer also revealed that Season 4 would recreate that exciting moment when the player gets their hands on a new weapon.

In the post, Bungie teased the next expansion as well. Asides from that, no other details were divulged at this time. If you're a Destiny 2 fan, be sure to mark your calendars for this. Gear collections and records are also on track for the same month. Will they be reverting to a Destiny 1 model, or trying something entirely new?

I'm excited for new expansion, and very much looking forward to the trailer. All of those are welcome changes and go a long way in repairing some of the game's biggest issues.

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A large number of the gamers have already paid for the Destiny 2 DLC 2 past year as part of the game's collector's edition. By putting something on the development roadmap, Bungie is making a sort of promise to players that these features are being actively worked on. Do you think development is on the right track? Bungie plans to update the roadmap monthly to keep players apprised of their progress.

Destiny 2 has struggled to maintain a community due to the overwhelming changes made to the game. All other updates are free to all players, regardless of DLC purchase. Bungie also detailed changes to the game's Crucible content which further opens it up to the community. For every player of Destiny 2, we'll be releasing all of the new Crucible Maps being developed for Warmind into matchmaking. The most recent update did see players returning, but is it all a little too late?

In the fourth season of efforts of developers focus on giving players more control over the configuration of equipment, as well as more reason to continue to play Destiny 2. These Crucible changes go into effect on May 8, alongside with the release of Warmind.

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