Bungie, after parting its way from Activision has been making some dramatic changes to the way Destiny 2 works. For those who are not caught up with the situation Bungie has split from Activision now, it will self publish Destiny 2. The developer is currently working to embrace the original MMO elements of the game.
In a Livestream launch of the fall expansion of Destiny 2, Bungie announced some exciting plans for the future of Destiny 2.
The developer is also making some significant changes to the in-game store and the business model. However, players will still need to buy the Forsaken expansion as well as the annual pass.
The developers told the gamers that alongside the launch of the new Shadowkeep DLC, it would launch Destiny 2: New Light.
Destiny 2 and the Shadowkeep DLC
According to the press release, Shadwokeep DLC will be a standalone expansion. It means players wouldn’t need to pay for previous content.
Reports hints that Shadowkeep DLC will be priced competitively so that the lapsed players can return to the game.
Destiny 2: New Light a free to play of Destiny 2
Destiny 2: New Light will be a free version of the game that will include the base game and some expansion packs. It will be released on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Google Cloud Gaming Platform Google Stadia.
The free to play version Destiny 2: New Light will include all the content of Year One, which contains the original raid and two expansions. The two expansions are Warmind and Curse of Osiris.
Future of Destiny 2 and Bungie
Looking at the current developments that more and more studios have started to follow CD Projekt philosophy.
It is good news for the gamers as well. Bungie has said that it will turn Destiny 2 into a game that can be played anytime anywhere.