Bungie has announced the next round of updates for loot-'n-shoot sequel Destiny 2, with February 27's patch introducing the likes of Nightfall scoring and PC public text chat into the mix.

Destiny 2 update 1.1.3 is focused on 'Strikes and Social' elements, says the latest blog post, and implements feature such as Emblem/Aura rework, displaying your fireteam members on the destination map, a reduction in Exotic reputation, and more. 

That's not all however. One month later on March 27, Bungie will release Destiny 2 update 1.1.4, which again rolls out another set of major changes for the shared-world juggernaut. This one is focused on 'Sandbox and Crucible' and includes goodies such as 6v6 PvP battles, various weapon/ability sandbox changes, plus Crucible ammo and playlist tuning. 

Finally, Season 3 of Destiny 2 will kick off with update 1.2.0 at some point in May, and brings with it a 'new season of content' featuring seasonal Crucible rankings, Prestige Mode for Eater of Worlds, private matches, and an increase in vault space among other highlights. 

'Beginning tomorrow, and in the coming weeks, we’ll dive into details on the features outlined above, featuring screenshots or developer commentary. If this forecast changes, we’ll share out a new version of it, with new dates and expectation,' said Bungie.

Destiny 2 has had a tough old time lately, with Bungie coming under fire from players regarding its perceived lack of communication as well as one analyst suggesting Activision has a lot of cleaning up to do if it's to save the shooter.

Carry on the conversation on the VideoGamer forums!