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Destiny 2 introduced last fall and in that moment, Bungie was steadily adding on and upgrading the game with new content and updates, and the programmer is bringing another huge set of updates into this game finished half a year since its launch.

In a new update from Bungie, the developer shown its development roadmap for   Destiny 2 through the spring and summer to summarize the upcoming updates and content which players can anticipate in the forthcoming months.

The largest of them is that the launch of this game’s next growth known as “Warmind,” that will launch across all platforms on May 8th, 2018. Bungie stated that the next growth “will send you to new areas to fulfill new heroes and battle new enemies,” while also promising “new loot” and new actions for players to learn. More on the expansion is going to be revealed in an upcoming livestream from Bungie on April 24th, 2018.

Alongside the expansion, Bungie also detailed the start of the game’s Season Three, which will provide a new plan for delivering new content to The Crucible. Particularly, the studio explained that new maps published with the upcoming Warmind expansion will soon be accessible for players in all public matches in The Crucible, while people looking to play with them in upcoming private games with friends will need to purchase the expansion to access them, and goes into effect with the launch of Warmind and also the start of Season Three on May 8th, 2018.

Bungie also supplied an infographic with additional info on community feedback and modifications for Season Four, while also supplying an infographic on how players are going to be able to access post-launch articles, and specifying which articles players may access by buying expansions and which is accessible to players over all platforms.

Destiny 2 is accessible today on PS4, Xbox One, also PC, and also its next expansion will launch on May 8th, 2018. To get a closer look at exactly what’s in store for the game in the coming months, then you also can check out the pictures below from Bungie:

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