Today, Bungie released the “Season of Arrivals” for Destiny 2. During the livestream, the team also discussed upcoming content like future expansions until 2022 and how the game will just be called Destiny going forward. We’ve broken down all the major announcements here.
It’s unclear where this story will take us next, but Destiny 2 is going to get The Witch Queen expansion om 2021 and the Lightfall expansion in 2022. The team is going all-in with the game and wants to support it for as long as possible. Both expansions will include new destinations. It doesn’t seem like the team has started working on Destiny 3 because it wants to focus on Destiny 2 even going into the next generation.
Destiny 2 will also be adding original Destiny content like raids and other activities that were popular in the first game. Cross-play will also be added sometime in 2021, but no further details were provided other than the confirmation. Since this is the future of the gaming industry, it’s great to see a major developer adopt this long-requested feature.
Lastly, Destiny 2’s ‘Season of Arrivals’ was also revealed today and it focuses on making first contact with The Darkness. It’s unclear if The Darkness is actually the enemy because it claims that it only offers “truths.” We’ll have to see where the story takes us during the season but there are going to be a lot of new weapons — as well as a dungeon — to explore today. Keep in mind that when Beyond Light launches, places like Mercury, Titan, and more will be archived to keep on giving players new content without the game getting too bloated.
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