Window Revealed, As Bungie Teases Fall Announcement From Desiny

Second expansion to launch before end of June, while Bungie also teases a Destiny power leveling announcement for this fall.

House of Wolves, the second major expansion for Bungie’s shooter Destiny, will launch sometime in the second quarter of 2015. That means it will be released within the April-June timeframe. Bungie confirmed the new release window today in a post on its website.

Details about House of Wolves emerged earlier this week, but Bungie isn’t quite ready to talk specifics about the expansion.

“We’re keeping all other details under wraps for now,” the developer said. “There is a special team here that’s dedicated to creating some new ways for you to play Destiny. They’re also making the game you know a better reflection of what we’ve learned about you since you’ve started playing.”

“While they do their thing, we’ll walk the fine line between making you a part of the process and providing them with a safe place to explore possibilities and do their best work.”

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Bungie also reminded gamers that official information about House of Wolves will come from the Bungie Blog itself, not outside sources.

“Enjoy the speculation and discussion that makes an Internet community fun, but stay tuned here so we can go on record about what awaits you as ‘Q2′ draws nearer,” Bungie said.

Finally, Bungie teased that something Destiny-related is coming this fall. Could it be information about Destiny 2, which Activision previously confirmed was in development? It’s too early to say, unfortunately.

“And on a long enough timeline, we’ll also talk about what we’re planning for this Fall,” Bungie said.

House of Wolves follows Destiny’s first expansion pack, The Dark Below, which launched in December 2014. Both add-ons are included with the $35 Destiny Expansion Pass.

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