With the recent announcement of Destiny 2, many fans have been speculating as to what to expect for the current Destiny game in the meantime. With the next update potentially set for April, many have put forward what they think Bungie will be bringing to the table for the shooter, and whether it was wrap up the first game in style.
One suggested method of doing this came from Reddit, where user psilocybonaut believes that Bungie could re-release previous raids to current light levels, which ultimately would give players the access to all endgame content should they ever choose to return to the game. The post continues to discuss the possibility of one more Moments of Triumph being included, allowing guardians to run through the final content one last time before delving into Destiny 2.
Bungie stated in their blog post last month that they were coming back to “full strength” and raised the question of what’s next for the game, to which they answered:
For starters, you haven’t heard the last from the Live Team at Bungie. They’re hard at work on another content update that will give you new reasons to fight.
This could be alluding to new content for the game, or that there will be some form of carry over with players’ stats going into Destiny 2. Assuming its for the current Destiny product (which it more than likely is), then we should hopefully see some brand new content for Destiny at some point this year. Remastering raids would certainly give reasons to fight, especially if they cater to players’ light levels, and could wrap up Destiny nicely in time for Destiny 2.
It will be interesting to see what could carry over into Destiny 2 also, and whether we will hear more in the coming months. There have been calls for the grimoire score to continue into the sequel, and the new game featuring emblems to showcase the player’s efforts from the previous Destiny.
With Destiny 2 set for release in 2017, it shouldn’t be too long until we see what’t next for the original game. What content would you like to see in Destiny this year? Let us know in the comments section below.