Posted on August 1, 2019
Destiny 2's Free-To-Play Version And Shadowkeep Expansion Delayed To October
You guardians ready to riddle some more content full of holes are going to be waiting just a bit longer, according to Bungie. The developer revealed in a community update that the Shadowkeep expansion and the free-to-play version of Destiny, called New Light, are receiving short delays.
Both were supposed to launch on September 17 but will now release on October 1. Bungie didn’t outline the reason why for the delay but did mention that Cross Saves are still on track for this summer.
You can read the full update here.
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