coming to this spring. On the heels of the , the developer has teased what’s due out in the next few months.
Specifics are still hard to come by, but here’s . The spring update offers “a significant” increase to Light levels, new gear, and new PvE “challenges” for those “seeking some more fun experiences and replayability.”
Bungie didn’t detail what that Light increase will translate to exactly or if these new challenges will be reserved for those who have reached the highest Light levels. Since The Taken King’s release, Bungie has added a and limited-time modes. The latter have been exclusively available for Crucible, like the and .
Activision hasn’t said what will and will not be free, but based on the language–what’s coming in spring is an “update,” but we’re getting an “expansion” later this year–it sounds like the spring additions will be free, while what’s coming later in 2016 will not be.
Destiny . Activision made it clear that .
A Bungie designer said in December that, in lieu of new expansions, (presumably in the lead up to the release of a sequel later this year). However, as Activision confirmed today, plans to release Destiny 2 (or whatever it ends up being called) this year have been scrapped, and the . In its place, .