Bungie has been teasing fans with new characters and new stories in the Destiny series for quite some time now, but it looks like they’re finally making them public.
The next major expansion for Destiny, The Taken Kingdom, is due out on November 13.
The expansion will be a massive expansion with over 400 new characters, new weapons, a new story, new story modes, and even new gameplay elements.
In an interview with IGN, Bungie creative director Andrew Wilson confirmed that Destiny: Taken King will have more than 60 new characters to choose from, and that players will be able to choose between “a lot of different kinds of characters.”
In addition, Wilson said that players can choose to create their own character.
Wilson says that this is the first time Bungie has revealed these character choices.
The game’s story mode will feature a “multi-stage story” that is split into several smaller “story chapters,” with each chapter focusing on a different character.
Each story chapter will last about 30 minutes, with each story chapter offering different ways to complete the story.
Bungie is still working out all the details for each story and mode, but Wilson did say that they have a “good idea” of the story, and will be revealing more as they get closer to launch.
Wilson also said that there will be two “story modes” in the expansion: the Story Mode and the Mythic Mode.
Story Mode is a new “boss fight” mode that will be the first thing players will encounter in the story mode.
Mythic mode is a larger boss fight, with players fighting in a massive arena that will contain more than 100 new weapons and armor sets.
These new weapons will also be available to unlock, as well as new skins and gear for players to customize.
Bungie also revealed that Destiny 2 is scheduled to launch in 2019.
In a video on the Bungie website, Wilson explained that players who preorder the expansion will get a “free digital copy of Destiny 2,” as well.
Bungie has also confirmed that they will be launching the game with the latest version of the Destiny 2 game client, which is the same one that was released on November 10, 2017.
Destiny 2 will be free to everyone on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Destiny players who have preordered Destiny 2 can also check out the first “mini-expansion” that was recently announced, Destiny: Rise of Iron.
Destiny: Guardians is set to arrive on October 6, 2019, for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Bungie teased Destiny: Origins on the PS4 back in September, which was set to be a new installment of the series.