Bungie just announced the launch of Destiny 2's second expansion, Warmind, on May 8, featuring artificial intelligence from the game's backstory.

According to speculations, the Warmind could be Rasputin or Charlemagne, who were both mentioned in the expansion's description that the PSN store accidentally leaked.

"Charlemagne has reawoken on Mars and has imprisoned Rasputin within an ancient vault," the description read.

"Work with the elusive Ana Bray — long thought to be dead, in order to combat Charlemagne's Remnants, free Rasputin, and uncover the secrets of Clovis Bray."

However, the title of the second expansion in the description was Gods of Mars, which might muddle the credibility of the supposed leak.

Nonetheless, Bungie will not keep its player base in the dark any longer. The developer promised that more will be revealed on April 24 via a Twitch livestream. The trailer will also be released by then.

Destiny 2 Warmind Is Coming With Season 3

The release date of the DLC also marks the start of season 3, which will release the new Crucible Maps from Warmind as well as the ones from the first DLC, Curse of Osiris, to all players. However, the player must own the expansion to access the maps in private matches.

The matchmade playlists, such as Competitive, Quickplay, Trials of the Nine, Iron Banner, Mayhem, and Rumble, will introduce new arenas, bringing everyone more opponents.

Some other details about season 3 that were revealed in Bungie's summer roadmap also include seasonal crucible rankings, increase in vault space, multi-emote, exotic weapon sandbox changes, and exotic weapon masterworks, among other updates.

After which, the developer is planning a new seasonal event sometime in summer, as well as PC clan chat, bounties, and some improvements in the faction rallies. Changes in the exotic armor sandbox have also had their delivery dates changed to summer.

The Destiny 2 roadmap also featured plans for the start of season 4 in September. Bungie is starting with records, gear collections, weapon randomization, and weapon slot changes with more plans to be revealed in the near future.

Will The New Updates Bring Back 'Destiny' Players?

Destiny 2 has been plagued with criticisms since its launch in September 2017, and the players' discontentment about the sequel to a well-loved title is showing through the dwindling player base. Bungie is aware of this and so promised to bring back the Destiny experience and turn Destiny 2 into a hobby that players will love.

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