Until now, the only confirmed piece of add-on content for Destiny yet to be released was the Fallen-focused House of Wolves, the game’s second expansion. However, at Activision’s earnings call yesterday, the publisher revealed that there’s a lot more to come as we reach deeper into 2015.
CEO Eric Hirshberg said: “We have a second [Destiny] expansion on the way, and a major content release coming in the fall.” What that ‘major content release’ actually refers to is anyone’s guess at this point, but it’s worth noting that recently, a leaked Destiny power leveling launch timeline highlighted something named ‘Comet’, which is supposedly launching in the autumn, and appears to be a much heftier download than we’ve seen previously.
Whatever it is that Hirshberg mentioned, though, we reckon that it’ll be Activision’s way of annualising the franchise without actually releasing a sequel. As such, we’re just hoping that the firm doesn’t slap an extortionate price tag on it, but given the cost of the shooter’s unsubstantial DLC so far, that’s looking highly unlikely.