The development road-map for Destiny 2 has finally been updated to name and date the upcoming second expansion pack for awaiting fans.
On May 8, at the beginning of Season 3, the Destiny 2 DLC Warmind will be released. Bungie has already confirmed that all the new PvP maps will be available to every Destiny 2 player, not just those who own the Season Pass or have bought the Warmind expansion separately. Like previous expansions, there'll be new loot to collect and activities to participate in.
Season Three of Destiny 2 will change how Crucible content is delivered. You can check that out at their website.
The expansion is "free" to those that paid for the Expansion Pass previously, but as always, you will have to pay a fee if you didn't purchase that, or if you chose to skip Curse of Osiris DLC. There's no trailer yet, but Destiny 2 community manager David "Deej" Dague said that it's on the way. Well, yeah! Concrete details about the expansion will come out on April 24 during a Twitch stream.
There's less than a month to go before the new content arrives, and will be part of the bigger Destiny 2 Roadmap being planned.
Warmind seems to be bringing notable quality of life improvements to the game with Private Matches making a comeback as well as exotic weapon changes and a much needed vault space increase. So far only the Prestige Nightfall had challenge cards, and the cards will be applicable to regular Nightfall as well. This is to help unify the Crucible community and give players more opponents to battle during matches, Bungie says.
Which will launch alongside Season Three of content for the online shooter. If these plans change-and plans have a way of doing that-we'll keep refreshing this roadmap on a monthly basis. The idea of new enemies to fight should be enticing to players, and adding a new location is always fun, but players that left after Curse of Osiris will probably need some convincing before shelling out more money for the game. This is something we have kicked around internally at TL;DR Games many times and it would be an instant hit if Bungie allowed Guardians to display their hard-earned gear.