More will be revealed about Warmind in a stream on twitch.tv/bungie on April 24, 2018 - be sure to follow them so you can catch it live!
The following summer patch for Destiny 2, which will also be part of Season 3, will add a new seasonal event, improvements to the Faction Rally event, Bounties, PC Clan Chat, and Exotic Armor Sandbox Changes.More news: Government violent crime strategy totally ignores impact of police cuts
An image showing the new Destiny 2 Roadmap can be found above. Warmind will be released on May 8th as part of the beginning of Season 3. The newest roadmap details three planned major updates to Destiny 2: one May 8 which includes the Warmind expansion, one in the summer, and finally the third update this September.
The studio vaguely describes Warmind as sending players "to new places to meet new heroes and battle new enemies" along with the promise of new loot and activities.
"We also want to bring back those exciting moments when you acquire the ideal weapon", the studio said. Over the last few months, Bungie has been hard at work to improve the game's systems to offer a better experience and quality of life for gamers.More news: United Nations to meet on threat of military action against Syria
The beginning of Season 3 (which will coincide with the launch of the new expansion) will have a change in how Bungie delivers Crucible content to players. And then comes season 4, slated to start in September, with gear collections, records (likely those achievement books from the first game), weapon slot changes, weapon randomization, and other features.
Destiny 2 has struggled to maintain a community due to the overwhelming changes made to the game. If you do, you'll be able to play those maps in private matches. Let's dive right in and see what's changed.
Where outside of expansion specific content like new campaign missions and expansion-specific gear, all new and updated content will be available to all players.More news: Wells Fargo faces huge fine over auto, mortgage abuses