Bungie released the Destiny 2: Warmind expansion to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC Tuesday and update 1.2.0 along with it. Players venture into a polar ice cap on Mars to explore epic adventures and activities. All you need to do is search Destiny 2, and select the expansion from the game's page.
The first Destiny 2 expansion, Curse of Osiris, raised the level cap from 20 to 25. This is the second official expansion for Destiny 2 and seems to offer quite a bit for players.
The expansion is set to officially release tomorrow, May 8th, and will bring a lot of new content for existing and new players to enjoy, alongside new story focused on a guardian named Ana Bray, and the warmind Rasputin on Mars.
Bungie has been establishing a much more intimate relationship with fans when it comes to information regarding Destiny 2's future, so Johnson playing coy most likely means that he isn't being hyperbolic regarding the new gameplay mode. With Warmind, we want to show we are actively listening to the global community and that we are also committed to respecting players' time in game.
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We've broken down the Warmind expansion even more at this link, talking about what players can expect and play alongside their teammates.
Players can pick Destiny 2: Warmind for $19.99.
There's also a new vendor space called Braytech Futurescape and a co-op mode called Escalation Protocol where players will face waves of enemies.
If you want to see what it looks like, you can check out the trailer below. I'm not exactly hopeful that it'll provide more than a few week's worth of entertainment, but I'm at the point where I'll gladly devour any new Destiny 2 content. Called "Spire of Stars", players can fearless the new gauntlet for better loot when it goes live on May 11th.