The crash, the next extension for Destiny 2, will be released on September 4th. Bungie has now revealed a new ViDoc (above) and the planned roadmap for DLC content coming to Destiny 2 after the Forsaken has arrived. There are two different ways of content, depending on whether you want to spend more money on Destiny 2.
The crash begins Destiny 2's Autumn Season, which runs from September to November, called Season of the Outlaw. September 1, you can play Gambit as part of a 24-hour trial if you pre-order the Forsaken. The offense is officially launched three days later, and the extension's raid, entitled Last Wish, will be released on September 14th. On September 1
From there splitter Destiny 2s road map. Each season will run for three months. What you get depends on whether you are willing to pay. All Destiny 2 players get extra from the free seasonal update course. Paying for the annual pass opens another strict exclusive content.
From the December 2018 season of Forge, everyone will have access to The Dawning event, season ratings, Iron Banner, Crucible content and new weapons – including the return of heavy machine guns. Annual Passengers get access to Black Armory, which includes Light and Fury weapons, as well as the new throws in Chain Activity, a Raid Lair, exotics, legends and bonus rewards.
This pattern continues into the spring of 2019's season of Drifter and the summer of 2019's unnamed season, with new weapons and events unlocking all players, and exotic, legendary and new activities to complete unlocking for annual passes. You can see the full roadmap on Bungie's blog. Bungie keeps some of the information significantly vague for now to surprise Destiny 2 players down the line.