Destiny 2 is a huge on-line action-RPG multiplayer shooter from the ones mad geniuses at Bungie, an epic, sprawling identify ahead of its a lot of expansions and DLC packs have been launched (Curse of Osiris, Warmind, Forsaken, that dang Annual Pass, and Shadowkeep). Sadly, its newest growth pack presented — Destiny 2: Beyond Light — has been not on time by way of about two months, because of headaches involving the coronavirus pandemic. Originally scheduled for September 22, Bungie has announced it’s going to now pop out November 10.
Here’s Bungie’s remark in complete:
As the primary bankruptcy in a brand new trilogy of expansions, Beyond Light is the start of a brand new technology of Destiny 2. We have a formidable tale to inform and unbelievable new options that we’re in reality excited for avid gamers to revel in. As at all times, our purpose is to make the best, maximum entertaining growth we will be able to in all probability make for our lovers. To that finish, we’re doing what’s highest for the sport and transferring the release date.
The previous few months were a problem and can proceed to be all through this pandemic. We’ve discovered to create in combination in a brand new means, by way of having to paintings except for one some other. Despite those hurdles, we’re nonetheless dedicated to the similar degree of high quality that our lovers be expecting.
Over the approaching weeks, we’ll be unveiling extra of what we’re running on for Beyond Light and what that still way for Season of Arrivals, which is able to now prolong to November 10. Beyond Light units the degree for an out of this world long term in Destiny 2 and, regardless that it’s coming later than we at first expected, we’re excited to proceed that adventure with you this November.
Bungie also got into what they’ll doing with their Season of Arrivals bundle to fill in a few of that time table’s gaps, together with an extension of Moments of Triumph, a reshuffling of Festival of the Lost to October 6, and a few new ritual job modifiers. While Beyond Light‘s delay is disappointing, at least you’ll have quite a few “an already immense game” to tide you over ’til Thanksgiving.
Destiny 2: Beyond Light will now be launched November 10, 2020. For extra on Bungie’s sport, take a look at this dope trailer.