Interviewed by Polygon’s colleagues, franchise director Luke Smith and general manager Mark Noseworthy is back to spreading some more information about Destiny 2: Shadowkeep, the new Sci-Fi looter-shooter expansion that Bungie is about to launch next month of September.
When the two were asked if, exactly as it happened with the City of Dreamer of I Rinnegati also Shadowkeep would have offered a whole new planet to explore after the main campaign, Noseworthy and Smith have commented on the type and quantity of content that you will find in the inside the upcoming new expansion:
“The Forsaken has been a huge additional content for Destiny 2. As for what we can build this year, it’s much more focused on a Rise of Iron style scale or a Rise of Iron Plus. “
In the first Destiny, Rise of Iron introduced a new explorable location, a raid, and Exotic quests. You can, therefore, expect all this more, of course, from the additional additions that will further enrich the Shadowkeep content package.
Speaking of the possibility of adding in the title of the planets already appeared in the original chapter of the series, Noseworthy did not prove to be very possibilist:
“Destiny 2 is a very extensive game. The goal of the game, its complexity, but also the amount of space required on hard drives: it cannot continue to grow forever, forever. “
Recall that Destiny 2 Shadowkeep will be available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One starting September 17th.