What you need to know
- Destiny 2 announced the Beyond Light expansion at the Xbox Games Showcase.
- Lots of exciting footage was shown for the new expansion, but new information was revealed as well.
- Destiny 2 is coming to Xbox Game Pass and therefore Project xCloud later on.
- The Beyond Light expansion is coming November 10, 2020.
Bungie joined the Xbox Games Showcase to show off the upcoming expansion for Beyond Light, which will add further content to Bungie's constantly growing MMO shooter. The reveal trailer is intense, showing brief flashes of the familiar gameplay we all know and love, as well as hints to what the Beyond Light expansion will entail.
Beyond Light will come November 10, 2020, and you can pre-order the game in different bundles from Bungie's website. The expansion will also support Xbox's Smart Delivery for Xbox Series X.
Even more interesting, however, was Bungie's announcement after the trailer revealing that Destiny 2 is coming to Xbox Game Pass, an exciting development that will hopefully see even more players trying out the game for the first time. The game will also be available through Microsoft's Project xCloud, which is no surprise, since the game was available through Project xCloud's beta program.
Making a great game bigger
The latest expansion.
Beyond Light is the newest expansion for Destiny 2, making the game bigger and grander, and it's coming to Xbox Series X and Playstation 5. Pre-order it to be among the first to get access to the game.
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