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Destiny 2 DLC plans for March 2018 leaked

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In case your wallet managed to survive Curse of Osiris and The Dawning, worry not, Bungie and Activision have you covered. Destiny 2 will be getting a new DLC named Gods of Mars, come spring 2018.

Gods of Mars will be Destiny 2's second major DLC after Curse of Osiris, but until recently the name of the expansion was not revealed. The leak occurred on Japanese and US PSN stores but both of them got deleted in quick fashion, although not before an anonymous quick minded redditor scooped the juicy info from both pages.

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Here is the description:

Destiny 2 Expansion II: Gods of Mars sends your Guardian on a long journey to a brand new destination - the Frigid Vale of Mars, with an array of new missions, adventures, and enemies to fight. Charlemagne has reawoken on Mars and has imprisoned Rasputin within an ancient vault. Work with the elusive Ana Bray - long thought to be dead, in order to combat Charlemagne's Remnants, free Rasputin, and uncover the secrets of Clovis Bray.


  • Explore the Frigid Vale, a new destination that conceals the mysterious Clovis Grove and Charlemagne's Vault beneath its surface
  • New story missions and adventures
  • New themed weapons, armor, and gear to earn
  • New cooperative activities
  • New competitive multiplayer arenas
  • New enemy faction & bosses

68GB minimum save size Online Play (Required) 

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The Reddit thread with the original screenshots of both US and Japanese PSN store pages can be found on this link, unless it gets deleted as well.

Note that the feature list includes ''New themed weapons, armour, and gear to earn''. The cynic in me is absolutely sure a good part of those themed weapons and armour will be ''earned'' by emptying your wallets in Eververse, but my optimistic side keeps hoping Activision and Bungie will change their greedy ways. Recycling content from the original Destiny doesn't get my hopes up though. We will know in March 2018.