Bungie has confirmed that Destiny 2: Forsaken will mark the beginning of a brand new year of content drops for the Engram-farming shooter.
While the former Halo developer had previously name-dropped some of the expansions that we'll be getting, it's only now shed light on full roadmap for Forsaken's post-launch content. It's pretty extensive too, taking us through until summer 2019, so there won't be any shortage of aliens to shoot in the face.
Forsaken will kick off a new season for Destiny 2, known as Season of the Outlaw. This includes The Last Wish Raid on September 14, the return of Iron Banner on September 18, the Crucible's Breakthrough mode on September 25, and finally, October's Festival of the Lost.
December will kick start Season of the Forge, again adding a bevy of fresh content including heavy machine guns, new weapons, Iron Banner, and The Dawning event. This will be flanked by the Black Armoury (part of the Annual Pass), which throws in a new Raid Lair, additional Exotic weapons, New Legendary goodies, and more.
Next up is Season of the Drifter in spring 2019. Destiny 2 players can look forward to getting their Guardian gloves on new weapons, an extra Crucible event, Iron Banner, and Seasonal Ranks. Complementing this will be Joker's Wild, which evolves the Gambit mode while adding new weapons and bonus rewards.
Finally, an as-yet unnamed new season will bring the festivities to a close in summer 2019, which Bungie says will come with new weapons, Crucible content, Iron Banner, gameplay updates, and the Penumbra Annual Pass expansion. This adds a new Raid Lair, Exotics & Legendary weapons, and a fresh Activity Experience among other bits and bobs.
Destiny 2 looks like it's finally getting back into shape after a rough first year, so hopefully all of this stuff will help reinvigorate the shooter and keep players engaged for the next 12 months.
Bungie will launch Destiny 2: Forsaken on September 4 for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. Get in the mood for more grinding action with the official launch trailer.