Crimson Doubles is in full swing and Bungie has used this time to reflect on the year ahead in its latest Weekly Update. Bungie highlighted that it’s working on a large Destiny expansion which is scheduled for Spring (Autumn in SA). The new update will bring an increase in Light Levels, a bunch of new gear to earn and equip, and new challenges for PvP players.

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Bungie also stated that it is focused on delivering a “large” expansion later this year with a full sequel slated for 2017.

As work wraps up in the weeks ahead, look for more details about the Spring content, as well as more information about our bigger projects in the months that follow.

As huge Destiny fans, this news makes our day. It has been 6 months without any sort of new content besides the timed events which have taken place like the Crimson Doubles and the Halloween event. Bungie has been criticised over the past few weeks for the lack of content from players all-around, but the it still boasts that over 25 million players have clocked in 3 billion hours in total in the game. This still does not give us insight to the decrease in player count since the dry period started.