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Destiny 2's Second Expansion Has Leaked, Again!

Destiny 2's Second Expansion Has Leaked, Again!

Only a few days ago was it reported that data miners had found details on the second expansion for Destiny 2. Now it seems the cat is out of the bag again but this time via a store listing.

According to the leak the new expansion will be titled Gods of Mars and will release in 2018. Players will be traveling to a new location known as the Frigid Vale of Mars and the mysterious Ana Bray will of course make a show. Unlike the last leak this time around there is a story description that reads as follows: 

Destiny 2 Expansion II: Gods of Mars sends your guardian on a long journey to a brand new destination - the Frigid Vale of Mars, with an array of new missions, adventures, and enemies to fight. Charlemagne has reawaken on Mars and has imprisoned Rasputin within an ancient vault. Work with the elusive Ana Bray - long thought to be dead, in order to combat Charlemagne's Remnants, free Rasputin, and uncover the secrets of Clovis Bray.

Most interesting in the store listing is the mention of a new enemy faction and bosses which points towards the data mine having some truth to it. The mention of 'Remnants' in the description is the clue there. Furthermore, Mars does have a small amount of snow on it and given the data mine pointed towards a snowy location we might still get to experience that. Of course, having been to Mars in the original Destiny it will be nice to make a return. 

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The Curse of Osiris expansion was also leaked via an Xbox store listing and quickly confirmed but as of writing no official word on this new leak. Until then the Gods of Mars remain only a rumor. 

Destiny 2 and it's first expansion, Curse of Osiris are out now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The game even has a free trial now as well.

Nikholai Koolonavich

Nikholai Koolonavich

News Editor

Enjoys long walks on the Paleozoic beach.

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