Bungie has confirmed that the next Destiny 2 expansion is called Warmind, and it’ll be released May 8.
Alongside Warmind’s release date, Bungie revealed several changes coming to Destiny 2 in seasons three and four in a development roadmap update.
Warmind is perhaps the expansion announced with the least fanfare. Outside of the May 8 release date, Bungie didn’t divulge any other details, though the studio promised to reveal more a livestream scheduled for Tuesday, April 24.
Interestingly, all Crucible maps coming with Warmind will be available to all players. This also applies to maps that launched with Curse of Osiris. However, you will need to own the maps before you can host or join a private match with your buddies.
All of this kicks off on May 8, which is the start of the game’s season three. As you can see in the updated roadmap below, season three will bring other requested features like an increase to the vault space, the ability to equip multiple emotes, and other changes.
In the summer, Destiny 2 will see a new seasonal event, the addition of PC clan chat, improvements to Faction Rally, bounties, and Exotic armour sandbox changes.
Looking ahead, season four, which starts in September, will finally bring back weapon randomisation and weapon slot changes. Gear collections and records are also on track for the same month.
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