Destiny 2 Shadowkeep DLC Delayed until October, Season of Opulence schedule update

Bungie has some good news and bad news for Destiny 2 fans.

The bad news is that Shadowkeep, the next major DLC, has been delayed until October.

The good news is that August and September will be full of some changes, including fan desired requests.

There will be two more Iron Banner events now, one on August 27 and one on September 17. Additionally, there’s new Valor and Infamy boosts.

As before, the Solstice of Heroes is going ahead and Moments of Triumph will be extended.

On top of that, the 2.5.2.2 update will focus primarily on player feedback and complaints about some aspects of the game.

Destiny 2 Cross-Save is also supposed to launch this August, according to a tweet from Jared Berbach the lead producer.

We loved Destiny’s last expansion and now that Bungie have got all the rights to themselves, we can’t wait to see how the game evolves from here.

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