Destiny 2's 'The Final Shape' DLC is Officially Delayed to June 4, 2024

27 Nov 2023

When Jason Schreier initially broke the news about the recent layoffs at Bungie at the end of October, he also reported that Destiny 2‘s next DLC – and the culmination of the series’ ongoing ten year saga – The Final Shape would be delayed to June. Today, we got the official confirmation from Bungie.

In a double announcement both via a short post as well as a quick video from Game Director Joe Blackburn, below, we learn more about the plans following tomorrow’s new Season of the Wish update. While the new story will run its regular course until February, Bungie plans to add more reward-based challenges and activities to keep players engaged and tide them over until June 4, when The Final Shape will release.

As discussed in the post and the video, this is what players can expect during the four month delay window:

  • Weekly progression-based quests called “Wishes,” starting in February.
  • New Moments of Triumph titles.
  • The seasonal event “Guardian Games,” launching in March.
  • new content update called Destiny 2: Into the Light, releasing in April.
  • 3 new Crucible maps set in Europa, Neomuna, and the Terraformed Pyramid, all coming in May.

Bungie also announced that they will release more information on the new content coming before The Final Shape, and also the DLC itself, in the new year.

Image courtesy of Bungie.