Destiny 2 Roadmap Year 2 Detailed by Bungie

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While Bungie just released Destiny 2: Forsaken yesterday, the onslaught of new content won’t stop there. To ensure Destiny 2 players have something to do, enemies to slay, strikes to conquer and more, Bungie has revealed the Destiny 2 Roadmap year 2 plans.

Check out the trailer below, as well as details on the upcoming seasons, Annual Pass and more.

Seasons of Change

Destiny 2: Forsaken kicks off the Season of the Outlaw. Once you’ve completed the campaign, hunted down the Barons, secured some of your favorite new weapons, and explored the new worlds and the challenges that await, you can expect to see us continue updating the game with new activities and rewards. We’ve also hidden away many surprises for you to discover, and the information and roadmap below aren’t intended to spoil them, but rather to give you a broad sense of what’s to come.
After Season of the Outlaw concludes, each subsequent three-month Season will usher in a month-over-month roll out of new experiences, events, rewards, and activities, most of which will be available for free to every Destiny 2 player.

Annual Pass

The Forsaken Annual Pass is different than the traditional post-launch Destiny expansions we’ve delivered in years past. Black Armory, Joker’s Wild and Penumbra will offer a range of different experiences that consist of new endgame activities and modes, discovery, and challenges that escalate, ebb, and flow over time, with each offering prestigious rewards. 
Annual Pass content will release throughout the year, working in concert with our free Seasons to help keep the world alive and fresh.Black Armory, Joker’s Wild, and Penumbra each deliver multiple beats that span the length of a given Season. We believe the overall experience will feel markedly different to Destiny players, in a really good way.
Bungie mentions that more details and changes will be revealed as we get closer to the events marked in the Destiny 2 roadmap year 2.
Have you tried the Forsaken expansion yet? Is the roadmap enough to convince you that Bungie has enough endgame content to keep fans happy?
 Source: Bungie

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