Over the past couple of months, Bungie has published blog posts, held livestreams, and taken to Twitter to address some of the more contentious issues surrounding Destiny 2 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Responding to public feedback and frustration about Bungie’s perceived lack of transparency, the studio has stated an intention to be more open. Recently, the developer revealed that it will talk about the future of the game on Thursday, likely with a heavy emphasis on player feedback.
On Twitter, game director Christopher Barrett stated that he does, in fact, read and watch as much feedback as possible across many platforms. And, presumably based on what he’s read, he also announced that he’ll discuss some of what’s in store for Destiny 2 in 2018 later this week.
“For anyone curious–I read Bungie forums, I read Reddit, I read Twitter, I watch Twitch,” he wrote. “I also play Destiny. I share your love of the game. I’ll talk about where we are headed Thursday.”
This is likely in reference to the “development update” that Barrett and Bungie teased last week, although what it’ll detail is unknown. It’s possible that we might get at least a hint about the next expansion for the game. Recently, a PlayStation Store page leaked that showed Destiny 2: Gods of Mars as the next DLC pack, but Bungie has yet to say anything official about it yet.
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