Bungie just revealed Destiny 2: Season of the Drifter and released a development roadmap alongside it. The roadmap details the next 90 days of planned content for Destiny 2.
Starting on March 5, Annual Pass owners can try out the new modes: Gambit Prime — a more focused, class-based version of Gambit — and The Reckoning — a four player matchmade event like Court of Oryx or Blind Well. Three days later, The Reckoning’s second difficulty tier becomes available. Gambit Prime will only launch with one map — New Arcadia on Mars. A week later on March 12, Gambit Prime will get its second map — Deep Six on Titan.
Also on March 12, players embark on two quests. The first is to reclaim Thorn, the legendary hand cannon from Destiny that poisons players with damage-over-time bullets. The second is for Annual Pass holders only, forcing them to choose a side between The Vanguard and The Drifter. This choice is character-based, so players can see both sides if they have multiple characters.
On Friday, March 15, Destiny 2 will get a new quest from Xur. For the next nine weeks, a lore-packed quest will teach players about the mysterious Nine and their place in Destiny’s universe. Reckoning Tier 3 will also release on March 15.
The Legion’s Folly map on Nessus will become available in Gambit Prime on March 19, with the EDZ map Emerald Coast coming a week later on March 26. All maps will be playable in Gambit Prime on April 2, and Bungie will add Gambit Prime to private matches.
On April 9, all players can experience an event called Arc Week, though Bungie hasn’t revealed any details about this event yet. The new springtime holiday event, The Revelry, starts the following week and runs from April 16 to May 6.
More details about all of these events will become clear in the following weeks and months. Season of the Drifter starts, and will have at least something for all Destiny 2 players, on March 5.