Destiny 2's single-player isn't the only thing that's getting buffed with the Forsaken expansion this September: Bungie is also working on a new Crucible mode known as Breakthrough, according to Game Informer (via Polygon).

The new PvP offering (which immediately makes me think of that awesome Queen song of the same name; Freddie Mercury had some serious pipes on that tune) is all about thinking tactically with your team and capturing points.

Things kick off with two teams of four attempting secure a point known as the Breaker. When this happens, things shift up a gear to an attackers vs defenders scenario, where the team who snagged the Breaker will go on the attack to capture the other side's Vault, which will be defended by the losing team.

Lord Shaxx will hand out a point if the Vault is captured, though the defenders can bag victory instead if they hold out for long enough. Breakthrough is a round-based affair, but right now it's not known how many there will be per match.

It all sounds a bit similar to Control, although obviously there's a bit more to it than that. 

Destiny 2: Forsaken is due out on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One on September 4. The game's game campaign sees you hunting down Cayde-6's killers, and brings back Daily Heroic Story missions, as well as introducing new Exotics and a brand new PvE/PvP mashup known as Gambit.

If like me you're a bit gutted that the funny mechanical man is being killed off, rest assured, people do care. A lot.

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