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According to PC Gamer (This article and its images were originally posted on PC Gamer November 27, 2018 at 12:35PM.)
Until today, the details of Destiny 2’s next expansion have been cloaked in mystery. Beyond a basic Battle.net listing that mentions a new activity called ‘The Lost Forges’, the usual shopping list of new quests and exotics, and a picture of a robot vendor, there’s been little info about what the DLC will actually contain. Which is pretty weird when you consider it comes out on 4 December—ie next Tuesday—and it’s even weirder when you consider that Activision recently expressed disappointment at the “underperformance against our expectations” of Forsaken, the big expansion that was released in September.
A good reason for the silence is that Black Armory is not going to be structured like Destiny 2’s other small expansions—the lacklustre Curse of Osiris and the much better Warmind, both of which added a suite of campaign missions with cutscenes. Back in June, Bungie announced that for the second year of Destiny 2’s life, in addition to the free seasonal updates that all players get, such as revamped pinnacle weapons, new content would be delivered via an annual pass that costs $34.99 (£29.99), and includes three expansions that otherwise can’t be bought separately.
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