A few weeks ago, Bungie released a development roadmap for Destiny 2 which listed the features that they were working on and the dates that they were scheduled to be released. But, as we all know, developmental roadmaps aren’t necessarily set in stone which Game Director Christopher Barrett admits.
“A few weeks ago, we shared a Destiny 2 Development Roadmap to preview some changes we’re working on for Destiny 2. As we’ve mentioned before, the roadmap is our current best estimate, and we’ll do our best to update you as our plans unfold.”
Some of the features have been delayed for later updates such as Nightfall Strike Unique Rewards which was initially intended to go live with Update 1.1.3 on February 27th but has now been pushed back to Update 1.1.4 which is scheduled for release a month later on March 27th.
The devs will also be adding the Rumble Mode to the Crucible playlist when 1.1.4 goes live. Doubles will also be making a return sometime in the future. We’ll keep you abreast of any news that comes our way. In the meantime, you can check out the video below for a sneak peek at what the devs had in store for players during the game’s first-ever Crimson Days event last week. You can also head over to the Bungie official site for more info.