If you’re someone who is interested in Destiny 2 and still hasn’t bought the game since it was supposed to go free-to-play on 17th September, you might have to wait a bit longer.
Shadowkeep would benefit from a little more time on the workbench, so we’re going to take it.
Shadowkeep & New Light will launch on 10/1/19, more details here: https://t.co/sHG9r28oGI
— Luke Smith (@thislukesmith) August 1, 2019
The original plan was to release Destiny 2 New Light, the free to play version of the game along with the Shadowkeep DLC on September 17th. However, it looks like Bungie needs a bit more time to polish this since it’s going to be a huge change to the game. So now they’ve decided to release it two weeks later, on October 1st.
If they get this wrong, they’ll possibly turn off a lot of players from playing the game so it makes that they would rather take the risk of delaying the game rather than release it to the masses with bugs.
If you didn’t know about Destiny 2 going free-to-play here’s a quick gist. Destiny 2 New Light is what it’s been titled and comes with all the Year One content for free.
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