Next September, Destiny 2 will receive its new expansion, Destiny 2 – Shadowkeep. Although there are many fans waiting for this content, Bungie claims to be aware of the technical limitations of adding more and more material to the game. In other words, the 500GB hard drives of many consoles have barely room for four games like this, so D2 will have trouble getting to the machines of new players in the future.
& quot Destiny 2 is a huge game ” explains Mark Noseworthy, producer of the game, to Polygon. ” We speak not only of the scale of the game, of its complexity, but also of the space we occupy in people’s hard drives. [We can not] increase the game infinitely, forever ” After these statements, it does not seem unreasonable to say that the parents of Halo will be thinking of refreshing that space with the next installment of the franchise.
Meanwhile, what can we expect from Shadowkeep? Bungie explains that he will not be as big as Forsaken. ” It’s much more in line with Rise of Iron or Rise of Iron ‘Plus’ ” comments the creative. Rise of Iron (the Lords of Iron in English) was the expansion with which the original Destiny was fired. Like Shadowkeep, that did not introduce new subclasses, but an additional location, an incursion and numerous missions and equipment.