Bungie has stealthily announced Destiny 2’s next expansion, Warmind, in a development roadmap posted on the developer’s website.

The roadmap, which contains details about the game’s upcoming season 3 and 4, can be viewed below:

Destiny 2 Development Roadmap

Bungie have stated that Warmind “will send you to new places to meet new heroes and battle new enemies. You’ll earn new loot and master new activities.”.

The developer announced that there will be a livestream on the 24th of April 2018 on twitch.tv where they will show off the new content and give players a closer look at the upcoming expansion. If you’re a Destiny 2 fan, be sure to mark your calendars for this.

Warmind seems to be bringing notable quality of life improvements to the game with Private Matches making a comeback as well as exotic weapon changes and a much needed vault space increase. Bungie also detailed changes to the game’s Crucible content which further opens it up to the community.

Season Three marks the beginning of a new plan for how we deliver Crucible content. For every player of Destiny 2, we’ll be releasing all of the new Crucible Maps being developed for Warmind into matchmaking. The same goes for the maps we released with Curse of Osiris. To keep the community in the Crucible unified, everyone will see new arenas in matchmade playlists like Quickplay, Competitive, Trials of the Nine, Iron Banner, as well as the new weekly rotators that include Rumble and Mayhem.

That means more opponents for everyone. With the arrival of Private Matches, players will need to purchase each Expansion to have exclusive access to play those Crucible maps with other players in a private match. This plan goes into effect on May 8 with the beginning of Season Three.

Destiny 2

Bungie concluded their announcement by thanking players for their continued support.

If these plans change – and plans have a way of doing that – we’ll keep refreshing this roadmap on a monthly basis.
Thanks for coming along with us on this journey, thanks for your feedback, and thanks for playing.
Whether or not Warmind will be enough to win back a disgruntled Destiny 2 community though, remains to be seen.