Destiny developer Bungie announced two limited-time events today: something old, and something new. The new hotness is Bungie’s next seasonal event: Crimson Days, which is a Valentine’s Day-themed affair. But before that, there’ll be no love lost in the latest Iron Banner event.
“We know that many of you wanted more news beyond our February event,” Bungie community manager David “DeeJ” Dague said on the developer’s website. “We know that your imaginations for how we might challenge you next are limitless, and we love you for that. It’s why we do what we do. Very soon, we’ll have more to share about a second, larger game update that will arrive sometime after February.”
“There are more stories about 2016 that remain to be told, and you’ll learn more as soon as I get my own anxious hands on the full and final details,” he added.
What else they have planned, considering there aren’t any major holidays for a while after that, isn’t clear but fans have previously discovered hints to something called The Dawning, and the planet Mercury, by data-mining the game’s files. Bungie has yet to make any announcements regarding Destiny’s future beyond the Valentine’s Day update. Whenever it does, we’ll have all the details for you.
The chances of getting, or even hearing about, Destiny 2 in 2016 now seem considerably lower than they once did. Although rumours do suggest that there may be another major expansion, similar to The Taken King, before the end of the year.