With a game as big and popular as Destiny, it’s easy to think that eventually there won’t be anything left to do. Especially when developer Bungie continues to roll out content, it has to end somewhere.
Bungie however notes that’s not the case, and “Year Two” will feature lots of content for the game, as they stated in the weekly update:
“This week we saw some chatter bubbling up around our content plans for Year Two of Destiny,” said community manager Erik Osborne in this week’s Bungie update. “You seem worried that there won’t be any more substantial content until we ship another full game, or that all of the content for the rest of Year Two will come in the form of timed events.”
“There’s a whiteboard in one of our meeting rooms filled with scribblings and sticky notes that represent the developments planned for Destiny’s not-so-distant future,” said Osborne. “Events, activities, content, and features designed to keep you happy, entertained, and rewarded throughout the year to come: some events and some activities that will become additions to your Director.”
Osborne went on to note that though large gaps between content releases has happened, they’ve learned from it, and will endeavor not to let it happen again:
“It’s true that we’ve updated the playbook based on what we’ve learned to date, and to better tap into what makes Destiny unique. Last year, we all waited five months and ten days between content drops after December. This year, the plan is to deliver new experiences at a faster clip. To that end, the updates described above are all currently slated to hit across Winter and Spring of 2016, with more to come, as well.”