Destiny 2’s New Expansion Forsaken Revealed With Video; Shows New Features and Content

Bungie has introduced Destiny 2: Forsaken, the new expansion coming this fall bringing lots of new content and features to the online game.

on June 5, 2018 12:27 PM

Today Bungie hosted a livestream to introduce Forsaken, the next expansion to Destiny 2 that will be released this September 4th.

Following the reveal, the developer released a brand new video in which the developers showcase the expansion and explain how it will change the game.

We get to see and hear about the Tangle Shore, the new “Gambit” mode that marries PvE and PvP together, and the Dreaming City, which is the homeland of the Awoken. Not only it comes with a brand new raid designed for the endgame, but it also looks really beautiful.

Another interesting feature is the “Collections” an “Triumphs” which track everything you have collected and achieved in the game, for the achievers out there.

The expansion, which will also include a new story developed by High Moon Studios in partnership with Bungie, will retail at  $39.99, and it will be included with the new annual pass for $69.99. A digital deluxe edition will include “premium digital content” for $79.99.

PS4 users will have access to the usual timed exclusive content (until fall 2019): a strike, one gear set per class, a new ship, and an exotic weapon.

You can check out the video below. If you’re unfamiliar with Destiny 2, you can check out our review, and the latest expansion pack, Warmind.

Destiny 2 is currently available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. If you have yet to pick up the game, you can grab it for consoles or PC via Amazon.


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