3 months of updates.
Bungie has revealed the roadmap which details development for the next few months of content for Destiny 2.
An update on Bungie’s website containing the full roadmap we were promised earlier this year explains that everything listed in the Destiny 2 roadmap is currently being worked on but the time frame for delivery may change.
Bungie’s Destiny 2 Roadmap
The first new update can be expected on February 27 and should include score tracking, changes to emblems and auras, the ability to see your Fireteam on destination maps, public text chat on PC, fewer repeat exotics, and mod and shader abilities as well as vendor viewing for Companion.
There’s an added stretch goal for unique Nightfall strike rewards which Bungie warns may not make the deadline for this update.
The next update will be due to hit on March 27 and then another update is scheduled for sometime in May. Highlights for these include Iron Banner 6v6, weekly Crucible playlists, Eater of Worlds prestige mode, seasonal Crucible rankings, private matches, and exotic masterworks.
Check out the full outline of things to come on Bungie’s site and the team will be giving more details about these features in the weeks to come. Bungie previously outlined general plans about its major changes for Raids, Eververse, and more coming to the game.
Right now, Destiny 2 players can participate in the Iron Banner event which has new armor and raid rewards or if you want a few tips and tricks to get you started, check out our Destiny 2 wiki guide.