Destiny 2: Beyond Light Launching September 22
The next chapter in the Destiny 2 universe, Bungie announced that the Beyond Light expansion will launch on September 22, 2020.
Both the Season of Arrivals and the Beyond Light expansions will continue the narrative that focuses on the Guardians’ ongoing battle to save humanity. During these times, additional powers will be discovered, new mysteries will be revealed, and the true menace of the Pyramid ships will be explored.
Season of Arrivals will kick things off with the moon of Io seeing the arrival of the first Pyramid ship. This will lead to a series of events that will continue to unfold throughout the season, into the Beyond Light expansion and beyond.
Once things begin with Beyond Light, Guardians will be called to Jupiter’s frozen moon of Europa. While traversing this glacial frontier, players will be able to infiltrate the Golden Age Braytech facility and uncover its secrets.
In this expansion, Guardians will wield a new elemental power known as Statis. Titans, Warlocks, and Hunters will each use Stasis differently – more information regarding this will release this summer. A new six-person raid, Deep Stone Crypt, will also be included.
You can view the review trailer, along with a gameplay trailer, below:
Destiny 2: Beyond Light – Reveal Trailer
Destiny 2: Beyond Light – Gameplay Trailer
All those that pre-order Destiny 2: Beyond Light today can get instant access to a special Exotic Ghost Shell and Legendary Emblem.
Destiny 2 will also make its way to the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X in the future. Note that those that purchase Destiny 2: Beyond Light on the Xbox One will be able to transfer their game to the Xbox Series X for free via Smart Delivery. In addition, those that purchase it on the PlayStation 4 will be able to upgrade their version to the PlayStation 5 at no additional charge.
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