While the studio has generally remained tight-lipped about its content plans for Destiny, it was a little more upfront in a chat with Game Informer about what it has in store for Destiny beyond September.
First up, the popular Festival Of The Lost will be returning in October, bringing with it a host of new masks along with a few other surprises.
There are also plans to bring back the Sparrow Racing League sometime in December, with Bungie planning tweaks, new racing styles and new tracks. The studio is hoping to really evolve the Destiny experience post-Rise Of Iron, so fans certainly have plenty to look forward to.
“When we talk about SRL coming back, it’ll probably be wrapped in a different style, not just focused around SRL,” said live team director Jerry Hook. “Because some of the stuff that we learned from our players around the Sparrow Racing League is that some people didn’t like racing. So, can you do something with the event that helps support those players a little bit differently? Absolutely.”
Destiny: Rise of Iron launches September 20 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
About Destiny: Rise Of Iron
The wall which stood for centuries along the southern border of Old Russia has collapsed, a battle-scorched reminder that our enemies still seek to destroy us all. Fallen mutants now scavenge the tombs of the Golden Age, and the plague they have unearthed in the wastes is more dangerous than even they understand. Join Lord Saladin. Journey into the Plaguelands. Learn the fate of the Iron Lords and stop the growing threat before it is too late.
Powerful new gear, six-player raids, and explosive new cinematic storytelling will be coming to players when Rise Of Iron launches September 20.