This year 2019 has been prolific in changes for Bungie, and therefore Destiny 2. Indeed, the sequel to Destiny, released in 2017, is about to undergo a change in size. Last January, we learned that the idyll between Bungie and Activision Blizzard was coming to an end, which caused, rightly, serious concerns among players. But all’s well that ends well, since after Destiny 2 leaves the BattleNet launcher, it will join Steam. And the icing on the cake is that the base game will become free-to-play on October 1, date when we will release the Shadowkeep expansion too.

Bungie has just released a video in the form of a developer documentary, in which they explain their plans for the future of Destiny 2. The first thing to note is Bungie’s willingness to work with players, being attentive to feedback, but also to offer a long-term experience. Destiny 2 seems to take a direction similar to some games like Guild Wars 2, which, if it was paid when it launched, later became free-to-play with paid expansions.

We also learn a little more about the Shadowkeep expansion, which will take us to the Moon, where Eris seems to have made an important discovery. We will face the Nightmares, which are materializations of the trauma of the Guardians. Shadowkeep will also bring a larger RPG dimension, greatly increasing the importance of the equipment and its stats with the 2.0 armor. New weapons will also be available, in addition to a host of new content with the arrival of the next season.

Destiny 2 – Roadmap of the new season

Big changes seem to be on the way for Destiny 2. After Bungie has obtained full freedom of action on its game we are bound to see even more changes regarding other aspects which will undoubtedly delight fans of the game, like the fact of Year 2 Pass becoming available to all players who have purchased the Forsaken expansion.

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