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What to Expect from Destiny 2’s Next Expansion, Warmind

Second time lucky?

Bungie has announced their next Destiny 2 expansion, Warmind. While little is known about the upcoming expansion, Bungie will be live streaming it on April 24, and later release the expansion on May 8 for PS4, Xbox One and PC. Woo?

Unfortunately, after Curse of Osiris, Bungie might find it hard to draw back in a large group of once-dedicated players. From restricting late-game experiences to those that didn’t purchase the DLC, to an absolute shit first “expansion”, Destiny 2 has had an extremely rough road, but more on that in a future article.

Anyway, so what does this new DLC come with and will it be worth our time?

For starters, the Warmind DLC will release simultaneously with the Destiny 2 1.2.0 Update which will be readily available to everyone. The update brings with it a slew of, well, updates.

Changes and tweaks will affect the following:

  • Private matches
  • Vault Space (increases?)
  • Exotic Weapon Masterworks
  • Vender Progression (Seasonal)
  • Crucible Rankings (also Seasonal)
  • Heroic Strike Modifiers
  • Nightfall Challenge Cards
  • Multi-Emote
  • Exotic Weapon Sandbox Changes

The new Warmind expansion will be $19.99 USD sold separately or be included for those that purchased the season pass. With this new expansion comes the run of the mill add-ons:

  • New Destinations
  • New Campaign
  • New Raid and Lairs
  • New Gear and Loot
  • New Destination Rewards
  • and New Crucible Maps


Remember that time when Curse of Osiris dropped and it blocked anyone who didn’t buy it from all the fun end-game content and a bunch of gamers lost their shit? HAHA good times, good times. Well since then, Bungie has since re-thought that whole idea. For those that don’t want to waste another dime on this game, I can’t really blame you at this point, you will still have access to the following events and happenings:

  • Seasonal Reputation and Rewards
  • Faction Rallys
  • Iron Banner
  • Seasonal Events
  • Crucible Maps
  • End game Activities
  • and All new Features and Updates

So really, if you don’t care about the campaign and locations then you really don’t need to purchase anything.

This launch will also see the start of Season 3. Meaning new Faction gear and ornaments and the Eververse will once again be completely restocked with new, useless shit. On top of all this “exciting stuff”, enemies, PvE ones, will be getting difficulty adjustments that “make them harder and make level progression matter more.”

For all your Destiny 2 needs keep checking back with us here at n3rdabl3 as we continue to cover all these thrilling updates. We’ve got you covered!

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Wow, to whoever wrote this article what is raid and liars? The same thing. And isn’t gear and loot the same fucking thing. Like when I take a dump and you write article it’s the same thing. What a fucking moron. I just took a shit maybe I should find it a job writing articles for video game magazines. I really don’t think we know the difference.

Aaron Richardson

Something tells me you're unfamiliar with the term "synonym".


Actually, the Raid is different from the Raid Lairs. The Lairs are smaller versions of the Raid, anyone that’s played Destiny 2 knows that. And “gear” and “loot” are what we would call synonyms, two words that have similar meaning. Writers like to use them as a way to break up an article so it doesn’t become a stagnant read.
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