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Bungie announces release date for Destiny 2 expansion

Destiny 2 was developed by Bungie and published by Activision. (Source: Bungie)
Destiny 2 was developed by Bungie and published by Activision. (Source: Bungie)
The American video-game developer behind Destiny 2, Bungie, has announced the release date for the second expansion to the online first-person shooter. Warmind will be released on May 8, at the same time as the start of Season Three of the game, and a reveal stream on Twitch will begin on April 24. Destiny 2 was released in September 2017 and the first expansion, Curse of Osiris, was released shortly afterwards.
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The Destiny Dev Team at Bungie has published a long post detailing the Destiny 2 roadmap. Season Three, which is due to start on May 8, will bring a lot of new features to the game, including the second expansion. Warmind will apparently introduce new heroes and new enemies to the title. Other features mentioned for the May 8 update include private matches, vault space increase, seasonal crucible rankings, and heroic strike modifiers.

The game’s developers then mention further changes coming in summer, such as a new seasonal event and bounties. Finally, the roadmap advances onto September when gear collections, weapon slot changes, and weapon randomization will be introduced. Destiny 2 received favorable reviews upon its release, with the gameplay being especially singled out as praiseworthy. Bungie will be updating the Destiny 2 roadmap on a monthly basis, thus keeping the game’s fans in the loop in regard to the latest developments.

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Daniel R Deakin, 2018-04-12 (Update: 2020-09-30)
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