Bungie today revealed its new ViDoc, a fifteen-minute video that showcases a preview of some of the new content coming to Destiny 2, the developer also officially revealed the roadmap for Destiny 2 Beyond Light, the latest expansion to arrive at the free-to-play looter-shooter.
Launching on November 10, Beyond Light will feature a new seasonal Artifact and a new Season Pass unlockable items, following on November 17 the Season of Hunt will officially begin, Guardians will have to work for Osiris and Uldren Sov to stop Xivu Arath from releasing an army of Darkness. Later on November 21, the developer will make available the Deep Stone Crypt raid.
Check the new ViDoc down below:
Starting with Season of the Hunt, most of the Seasonal content and all of the sweet gear will be sticking around for all of year 4. We hope this alleviates some of the FOMO that has been present with past Seasons. Now you can jump back in and experience past Seasons’ story, activities, and loot anytime during year 4.
- November 10
- Beyond Light launches
- Seasonal Artifact and Season Pass unlocks
- Empire Hunts launch
- The Glassway Strike releases
- November 10 – January 12
- Uncover Europa’s secrets
- November 13
- Adept Weapons added to Trials of Osiris
- November 17
- Season of the Hunt missions begin
- Wrathborn Hunts begin
- November 21
- Deep Stone Crypt raid releases
- December 8
- Iron Banner
- December 12 – January 5
- The Dawning holiday event
Destiny 2 Beyond Light also includes a new batch of content such as story missions, patrol zones, abilities, gear, and activities, PVP will also introduce Adept Weapons and Mods to loot. Interestingly the roadmap does not seems to reveal anything coming to Gambit.
Bungie revealed recently the next-gen upgrades to be featured on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, starting on December 8, players will see faster loading times, and higher frame rates. It’s important to affirm that the current-gen version of the game can work on both Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 at launch day with cross-gen support.
According to Bungie, all the next-gen consoles will run the game at 60FPS, the goal is to close the gap between the PC.
- We are offering Field of View customization on consoles for the first time. Our goal is to enable a FOV range similar to that on PC. We’re currently testing these settings to ensure smooth performance across each platform and will have additional details closer to launch.
- There will be noticeable improvements to things like loading the game and inspecting character inventory. However, some load times are dependent on networking and matchmaking. So, loading activities still take time while you search for opponents.
- For cross-generation play, Xbox Series X|S players can play with Xbox One players. PlayStation 5 players can play with PlayStation 4 players.