Destiny 2 Warmind DLC Details Have Been Revealed

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Today Bungie announced Destiny 2's next expansion will be called Warmind, and will arrive on May 8 with the start of Season Three.

Hunters who like to keep up on the latest Destiny 2 news by now have certainly checked on the latest updates to the game's development roadmap. Recent updates have focused on immediate issues to the live game, but in the coming months our vision for the future is converging with critical player feedback to deliver transformative changes to Destiny 2. Bungie has promised that more info will be forthcoming in a reveal stream on April 24.

Numerous much-sought, changes to Destiny 2, which ironically make it more like the first Destiny, won't be launching until Season 4. For now, all we know is what you'd expect-the DLC "will send you to new places to meet new heroes and battle new enemies", and there will be new loot and activities introduced, according to a post on Bungie's website.

The folks at Bungie posted some new information about what's in store for Destiny 2.

Our goals for these features are to give you more control over how you configure your loadouts in Destiny 2 and give you more reasons to play the game over time.

In addition to the announcement of Warmind, Bungie is announcing changes to Crucible.

Other changes being made to the base game include Weapon Randomization, Weapon Slot Changes, Gear Collections, and Records.

However, with the arrival of Private Matches, players will need to purchase each Expansion to have exclusive access to play those Crucible maps with other players in a private match. There's no trailer yet, but Destiny 2 community manager David "Deej" Dague said that it's on the way. Bungie has revealed these planned changes in past development roadmap updates, but have now confirmed their release on May 8.

Where outside of expansion specific content like new campaign missions and expansion-specific gear, all new and updated content will be available to all players.

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