Destiny 2’s Next Expansion Leaked; Apparently Releasing in March 2018
Bungie's next expansion for its first person shooter Destiny 2 has seemingly leaked on the U.S. and Japan PlayStation Store and will be called Gods of Mars.
Destiny 2‘s next expansion has apparently leaked on the United States and Japan PlayStation Stores and is called Gods of Mars and is set to release in March 2018. The page has since been removed.
According to the screenshots provided by Reddit user GodsofMarsLeak — which you can see below — the second expansion will introduce a new location known as the Frigid Vale of Mars as you fight alongside Ana Bray — who was thought to be dead — and confront Gods of Mars‘ biggest foe Charlemagne, free Rasputin from its clutches, and uncover Clovis Bray’s secrets.
Like Destiny 2‘s previously released expansions, Gods of Mars will include new weapons, armor, story missions, multiplayer maps, enemies, and bosses.
Lastly, since the add-ons require the base game, you will need a minimum of 68GB available on your console of choice to play the upcoming expansion.
Destiny 2‘s first expansion Curse of Osiris recently released this month introducing the titular character and a new adventure to stop the time-travelling Vex. Additionally, it added a new activity called Raid Lair that is shorter than the game’s actual raid, but yield the same challenge you would find from the team-oriented quest.
You can check out our review to see what we thought of Bungie’s latest online-based first-person shooter.