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Destiny 2 director discusses changes ahead of game’s fourth year

Destiny 2 director Luke Smith has released a new blog post on the state of the game, and given an update on how Bungie’s shooter will change as it heads towards its fourth year.

No one realistically expected a Destiny 3 this September, the month Destiny’s big releases regularly appear. But in Smith’s latest Director’s Cut blog, there are several mentions of Destiny 2 Year 4 as a thing the developer is already well into the planning stages for.

Destiny 2’s future seasons will have less “FOMO” to them, Smith said, as Bungie rejigs its development time and resources away from activities which disappear when a season ends, and towards enhancements which evolve the core game.

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