Together, as partners with Bungie, we have taken various steps to create a dialogue between those who make the game, and those who play, said Byron Beede, executive vice president and general manager for Destiny at Activision.
Various changes have been provided for the base game, including the launch of Destiny 2 Season 3. If you haven't pre-loaded the Destiny 2 Warmind expansion, you'll be prompted to download as soon as you log back in. The second expansion for Bungie's shooter will deliver a new Raid, a fresh co-op experience and much more. If this is any indication as to the direction that Destiny 2 is heading with the September update, it seems to be on the right track.More news: Disney wants new Marvel franchise "beyond Avengers"
Spoilers lie ahead, so read on only if you don't mind knowing the details before the Raid's 12 May launch.
Full patch notes won't be shared on Bungie's website until closer to release. This simply includes both DLC releases at a discount, so there's really no reason to opt for individual purchases if you're planning on playing everything. There's the new Rasputin storyline featuring Ana Bray, new gear and exotics, new strikes The Will of Thousands and Strange Terrain (plus Insight Terminus for PS4 players), new Meltdown and Solitude crucible maps, and endgame fun in Escalation Protocol. Unlike other Public Events, which start on their own schedule, Escalation Protocol can be started manually by players-but doing so first requires you to finish the Warmind campaign. It will also give you the opportunity to try your hands on some new weapon type. Called "Spire of Stars", players can courageous the new gauntlet for better loot when it goes live on May 11th.