Bungie has announced that Destiny 2 cross-play will take place at some point in 2021.
Destiny 2’s cross-play is a feature that fans have long sought, allowing you to play with others regardless of platform.
With the Bungie.net update, assistant game director Joe Blackburn made fun of a few other things coming to Destiny 2 in his fourth year. For example, Transmog will be available in Season 14. Bungie shared a screenshot of the following features in progress.
Elsewhere, DDOS protection for Destiny 2 players on all consoles is scheduled for Season 13. Season 13 will also have two strikes, Fallen SABER and Devil’s Lair.
At some point in 2021, the brilliant raid of The Vault of Glass was revived. This is the first (and I still think the best) Destiny raid that started in September 2014 shortly after the release of Destiny 1.
Blackburn has also tackled the problem of looting shortages since the launch of the extended Beyond Light last month. “The first reward pool for this release was too small,” Blackburn admitted. “Future annual releases will include more new weapons than Beyond Light and Shadowkeep.”
“Even when Season 12, Deep Stone Crypto, and Europa’s full-width weapons are on-line, the total number of Beyond Light’s weapons is less than we would like,” Blackburn continued.
“So we are now promising that our future annual releases will have more weapon rewards than Beyond Light and Shadowkeep.
“There is no way to earn more rewards by Destiny standards and maintain the health of the current team. Therefore, strengthen the reward team with more talent so that we can provide quality and quantity in the future. If you’re new to Molding Master Destiny Gunsmith, it will take some time. This won’t change the community will feel next week, but we’ll do our best to take a step towards Witch Queen and Lightfall. “