Destiny 2 Development Roadmap (updated)

DESTINY 2 DEVELOPMENT ROADMAP – 05/16/2018

by Destiny Dev Team

Game Director Christopher Barrett:

Now that Warmind has officially launched, we’re ready to add some additional details to the upcoming roadmap. There are a lot of eagerly awaited updates that are scheduled to arrive in September, and weโ€™ll tell you more about those in the coming months, including our plans for year two of Destiny 2. But this summer wonโ€™t just be spent playing the waiting game. We’ll be delivering the Prestige modes youโ€™ve been waiting for, bringing back Bounties, providing quality of life fixes, and more. In addition, we’re launching a new seasonal event called โ€˜Solstice of Heroesโ€™ where Guardians will celebrate their accomplishments and, of course, earn sweet new rewards.

Design Lead Derek Carroll:

I can already hear you askingย โ€œWhat is Crucible Labs?โ€ย and Iโ€™m glad you want to know more. Update 1.2.1 will include a new feature intended to give you a peek behind the scenes and a louder voice in our creative process. Crucible Labs will give every player of Destiny 2 access to experimental PvP content. Weโ€™ll then have a chance to solicit your feedback to guide our final iterations. You’ll learn more about Labs before launch. For today, with it making an appearance on the Roadmap, I wanted to give you a preview of our goals. More to come on this soon.

Keep the Bungie Blog in your cross-hairs for more insights on all these developing features.

Source: Bungie Website (view original article)

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