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Destiny 2 Gods of Mars DLC Details Possibly Leaked

/ Dec 28th, 2017 No Comments

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Destiny 2‘s next DLC expansion may have just got a massive information drop thanks to a leak on PlayStation Network.

On the Japanese and US PSN stores, full descriptions of the next expansion were briefly uploaded and screenshotted by Reddit user GodsofMarsLeak before they were taken down.
 

Destiny 2 Gods of Mars Leak

Destiny 2 Gods of Mars Leak

Gods of Mars, if the leak is to be believed, is the title of the Destiny 2 expansion and will feature a new playable area on Mars called the Frigid Vale. Supposedly coming out in March 2017, the expansion takes Guardians to Mars to free the imprisoned Rasputin, a powerful Warmind who has been captured by the newly awakened Charlemagne. Guardians will work with Ana Bray to fight Charlemagne’s Remnants and discover the secrets of Clovis Bray.

Bungie will further expand Destiny 2 by adding new story missions, new gear, new themed weapons and armor, new cooperative activities, and new competitive multiplayer arenas. If the details of the leak are true, the Remnants will be the new enemy faction that players take on.

Since Destiny 1, players have been fighting the same enemy races and various reskinned versions of them. Rumors suggest that the Remnants are the robotic Frames players see in social spaces like the The Tower. These Frames may be infected with Siva, the malevolent force behind Rise of Iron, Destiny 1’s final expansion. While Siva is a known quantity, enemy robots would be the first time players have fought an opponent that wasn’t some variation of Fallen, Hive, Vex, or Cabal.

Quick Take

Destiny 2 is wrapping up 2017 with the Dawning winter event, which has been hit with mixed reception because of its emphasis on rewards being tucked away behind lootboxes. Players are becoming increasingly concerned with the Eververse, lack of endgame content, and Bungie’s varying levels of transparency.

Curse of Osiris, the game’s second expansion, is quite short and hasn’t managed to inject further longevity into Destiny 2. The game is in an odd place only a few months after release. Players are unsure of where Bungie is headed with Destiny and the developer needs to focus on the next few months before the release of the second expansion on fostering goodwill towards the game’s passionate fanbase.
 

Ben Sheene

Ben Sheene

Senior Editor at Gaming Illustrated
Ben is from Kentucky where he originally began playing games (an activity he still continues to this day). With a love for writing he graduated from Centre College with a BA in English. He recently moved to California to pursue whatever future endeavors were there. A passion for music, gaming, blogging, and existing keeps him up at night and crafts him into the person he is today.
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