Bungie Outlines Development Roadmap for Destiny 2 Through Season 3

Destiny 2 has a heavy destiny looming before it.

Bungie continues to make good on its promise to be a bit more transparent about Destiny 2's future and updates. Yesterday, it released another roadmap outlining where the game's going through the first half of the year.

The roadmap shows off what's coming through the remainder of Season 2, and it also gives us a preview of what we can expect in Season 3 (which will include Expansion 2, according to Bungie game director Christopher Barret).

The next update, titled "Strikes & Social," is coming on February 27. "Sandbox & Crucible" arrives on March 27, and Season 3's content, including Expansion 2, arrives sometime in May. Note that some of the items listed on the roadmap may slip into later updates.

And what you see isn't necessarily everything you'll get. Bungie's working on additional content that's not part of the immediate roadmap. "While there are larger projects in development, these [the roadmap] are the game enhancements you'll find in your immediate future," Destiny's dev team writes on its blog. "If any of these deployments change, we'll let you know."

Destiny 2 is available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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