Now, as Destiny 2's last extension, Forsaken, is almost here, tells Bungie about his future plans for the online player in a new video documentary and blog post on his official website.
Forfeit ushers in a whole new season called the Season of Peace Run when it launches September 4th. After it ends, subsequent seasons will last three months and include new experiences, events, rewards and activities that will mostly be free for all "Destiny 2" players.
Meanwhile, Forsaken Annual Pass will work differently from traditional extensions, after launching "Destiny," Bungie said. It contains three key content updates called Black Armory, Joker's Wild and Penumbra. They will start during the year along with free seasonal content, so players will have a steady stream of new things to do.
"Black Armory, Joker's Wild and Penumbra will offer a range of different experiences that consist of new endgame activities and modes, discovery and challenges that escalate, ebb and flow over time, with each offering prestigious rewards, "said Bungie. "We believe that the overall experience will feel significantly different from the Destiny players, in a very good way."
Bungie also launched its first Forsaken epoch, as you can see below. There is a short taste of what "Destiny" fans can expect in the coming weeks. As with its previous roadmap, Bungie said that it will continue to update fans with more information and changes over the coming months.
In addition, Bungie launched its large 2.0 patch for "Destiny 2" on Tuesday in preparation for the Forsaken launch. It brings a lot of class changes, a big gun overhaul and more. You can read the full update notes here.