Bungie continues to struggle with the pandemic. That's why the developer studio had to postpone the release of Destiny 2: Beyond Light. The new expansion will not be released until November 2020. The makers will shortly announce the consequences of this decision for the current season of arrival.
The Bungie team had to postpone the planned release of Destiny 2: Beyond Light for several months. Actually, the first expansion of the new trilogy on September 22, 2020 should also be the starting signal for the next era of Destiny 2. As with other developer studios, Bungie is struggling with the consequences of the pandemic. The makers are currently working on the game from their home office.
For this reason, Destiny 2: Beyond Light will only be released on November 10, 2020. In the coming weeks, Bungie will reveal more details about the new expansion. In addition, the studio would like to reveal soon what the shift means for the current season of arrival. Bungie announced the first details of the new expansion back in June. Among other things, players in Beyond Light will explore the moon Europe. In addition, with stasis there will be a new power on the side of ark, solar and emptiness. In the deep stone crypt under the frozen tundra of Europe, a new raid for six players awaits you.
By the way, Bungie Destiny 2 will also be released for the next-gen consoles. A few weeks ago, a free upgrade was announced for all owners of a PS4 or Xbox One version of the title. Due to the later date of Beyond Light, the expansion could appear around the PS5 and Xbox Series X, both of which are currently planned for a release towards the end of the year.
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