Destiny 2's Warmind Expansion Launches on May 8th; Bungie Details Updated Roadmap

Destiny 2's Warmind Expansion Launches on May 8th; Bungie Details Updated Roadmap

Destiny 2's second expansion, called "Warmind", will launch on May 8, 2018.

In Season Three, all new Crucible Maps being developed for Warmind and all existing maps from first expansion Curse of Osiris will be added into matchmaking to keep the community unified. Season 2 already saw the Go Fast update applied, while season 3 will introduce features such as private matches in the Crucible, multi-emotes and Exotic Weapon Masterworks.

Bungie has announced that with the beginning of Season 3, Destiny 2 DLC Warmind will be launching.

A fair chunk of Destiny 2 players likely already paid for Warmind, as part of the game's collector's edition sold a year ago. "You'll earn new loot and master new activities".

The start of season 3 will also bring good news for PvP fans. However, as you can see in the full roadmap - check the small print - with the arrival of Private Matches, players will need to purchase each Expansion to have exclusive access to play those Crucible maps with other players in a private match.

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It also posted the above teaser image, which gives you an idea of what kind of tone to expect from this new expansion. Over the past few months, the player base has decreased rather significantly because the "Curse of Osiris" expansion placed numerous maps behind a paywall.

The folks at Bungie posted some new information about what's in store for Destiny 2.

Here's hoping that this content gives Destiny 2 players a reason to come back for more. Bungie has revealed these planned changes in past development roadmap updates, but have now confirmed their release on May 8. (Players seeking to play these new maps in private matches, however, must have purchased the required expansion (s).) This is meant to increase the size of the overall player pool in PVP.

Said Barrett, "The team is very excited to extend the roadmap and share with you some of the big stakes we're putting in the ground".

In addition to the announcement of Warmind, Bungie is announcing changes to Crucible.

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