Destiny 2 Shadowkeep Release Date Leaked, Doesn’t Require Previous Expansions

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While we’re all waiting for “the next chapter of Destiny 2” to be revealed in a few hours, at 10 am PT/7pm CET, in a dedicated livestream, the first information about what it could be like have apparently popped up on the ResetEra forums.

Mere hours ago we reported of two big things coming to Destiny 2, which are the ability to bring your progress wherever you’re playing thanks to the feature of cross-save and the release on Google Stadia as soon as it is available this fall.

That’s not enough, though. Pre-order pages for Destiny 2’s next major expansion have been found on Microsoft Store, and they claim that the content drop, called Shadowkeep, is releasing on September 17, 2019. With the date being so close, we guess it is going to be revealed at today’s livestream.

Good news is you won’t be required to own all the previous expansions as it has happened so far, but you’ll be able to buy it standalone (in case you already own the main game) or bundled with the main game if you need it.

The expansion is said to be bringing us back to the Moon, as the description shared on ResetEra says that “the next chapter in the Destiny experience arrives this fall as terrifying shadows descend upon a forgotten moon. Return to the lunar surface. Journey deep into a mysterious enemy citadel. Become a slayer of nightmares.”

Stay with us for all the official information as soon as they’re revealed later today.