The release date of Destiny 2 Shadowkeep is now, October 1, when Bungie finally revealed and assured everyone that the new content will arrive soon. In addition, Bungie is also exploring other ideas and is working on "non-Destiny franchises," as they have named their current projects, after a significant $ 100 million investment in their affairs by NetEase. Last year, Bungie separated from Activision and, according to reports, the company now operates as an equal partner with NetEase in its current and future efforts.
The attractive NetEase investment of $ 100 million placed last year in the hands of Bungie was kindly accepted, as the study immediately followed it with the promise that "they will explore new directions." However, the deal was to expand the favorite game of Destiny 2 fans, and it has become that. The game had a bad pitching event, but after the relaunch, its rails were established with an increasingly better quality of play, and began to evolve from that moment. And, the game remained true to his word, having greatly improved on all their respective platforms: PC, PS4, Xbox One and Google Stadia, where he arrived in 2019.
"Creating new worlds" was part of dealing with NetEase , as Bungie revealed transparently from the beginning. Then a year of silence followed, and now we finally have the great revelation, since Destiny 2 Shadowkeep was already available for Pre-order and has a great new trailer, with epic music, which is a remix of the hit song E-Pro from Beck, officially approved for the game:
Bungie also revealed his intention to become a multi-franchise developer in the coming years. This means that the company is definitely working seriously on something new and great, still wrapped in secret. However, they also claim that they have not finished with Destiny 2. Shadowkeep is another step towards what they want to cultivate the game, and some free components are now live along with this paid expansion with an available Deluxe Digital Edition. too.