It seems that you will have to pay extra to visit the upcoming new dungeon Destiny 2 and Witch queen Expansion of the game in the 5th year.
Bungie clarified today that the new dungeons that will be added to Destiny 2 in 2022 and beyond will not be included in the standard version of the Queen’s Queen, nor will it be included in the various fifth-year season tickets.
This means that if you want to access everything that will arrive during the entire extended lifecycle, you will have to invest $79.99 or £69.99 for the deluxe version of the DLC game.
They will also be available as a separate purchase, although for some fans who are starting to question the developer’s monetization model, this is a bit of comfort (especially since just a few weeks ago, we learned that Bungie will remove the paid Forsaken extension from it). Same thing).
“We have seen some debates about the content of the new dungeon and want to clarify how it will be delivered next year,” community manager Cozmo23 clarified Reddit“If you get the digital deluxe version of Witch Queen, you will get the expansion pack, all four seasons of next year, and two dungeons. If you get the standard version, you can still upgrade to the deluxe version to get the dungeon later, we It will also provide you with a separate dungeon purchase method, but it will not be included in the season pass.”
For clarity, if you want to get all the content that Bungie offers you in early 2022, you will need to spend money to buy: Witch expansion packs, season passes and luxury upgrades or a series of additional one-time purchases. Yes, it is complicated, no, people are not happy. A cursory look at the game’s Reddit Will tell you so much now.That was before you comment New player onboarding Also has experience.
Initially scheduled to launch later this year, and in line with most other Destiny releases so far, the Witch Queen was postponed to early 2022-this seems to be the time Bungie wants to release each year now.
The Witch Queen will land on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Stadia on February 22.