Bungie Brings Warmind Expansion to Destiny 2

Destiny 2 Warmind DLC

Destiny 2 Warmind DLC Available Tomorrow, File Size Revealed

Activision has announced new details for the Destiny 2 Expansion III: Warmind.

Warmind introduces a new campaign set on Mars, where players have to deal with the Hive as they explore the birthplace of Rasputin, a Warmind that's been involved with Destiny's story before. Both the max level and max light level caps have increased for Destiny 2, at least if you own the Warmind expansion.

The first Destiny 2 expansion, Curse of Osiris, raised the level cap from 20 to 25.

Warmind is the second expansion for the shooter, and brings new gear, deeper endgame content, activities, an all-new story, and features a new boss battle that challenges players in new ways.

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Bungie has been establishing a much more intimate relationship with fans when it comes to information regarding Destiny 2's future, so Johnson playing coy most likely means that he isn't being hyperbolic regarding the new gameplay mode.

Furthermore, the new Warmind expansion was made possible by the help of devs over at Vicarious Visions. In addition, a new Raid Lair called Spire of Stars is coming to Destiny 2 alongside the expansion's release as well as changes to the Crucible.

That's on top of new strikes, new story missions and a new ritual activity, titled Escalation Protocol. With Warmind, we want to show we are actively listening to the global community and that we are also committed to respecting players' time in game. In this mode, players fight through increasingly hard waves of Hive combatants.

Available from 6pm United Kingdom time on May 11, the Raid Lair sees players once again return to Leviathan, where a Fireteam of six will be tasked with conquering the Spire of Stars. Right now, the Destiny 2 backend servers are down for maintenance, according to developer Bungie.

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