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Watch the Destiny 2 fall reveal and Season of Arrivals livestream here

Bungie details the game’s latest season and fall expansion

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On Tuesday, Bungie will unveil Destiny 2’s fall expansion, as well as the mysterious season 11. As of this writing, players know almost nothing about the season 11 — called Season of Arrivals, thanks to a PlayStation Store leak (since taken down) — which launches Tuesday afternoon.

You can watch the Destiny 2 livestream right here, via YouTube, in the embedded video above. The livestream starts at 12 p.m. EDT/9 a.m. PDT. Bungie will also stream the reveal on Twitch and Mixer.

Bungie has been teasing this content reveal for about a week, with two separate teasers featuring The Drifter and Eris Morn. Both characters seem to be traveling across the frozen moon of Jupiter, Europa. Europa has been a rumored Destiny location since before the original game launched, and it seems players will finally get to adventure into the ice this fall.

The studio recently wrapped up Destiny 2: Season of the Worthy with its first live event on Saturday. Players watched for an hour and a half as the Almighty ship slowly crashed into Earth. But while Season of the Worthy had nothing to do with Europa, it started teasing the arrival of the Pyramid ships.

The leaked name for season 11, Season of Arrivals, suggests the Pyramid ships will finally arrive in the solar system — after first teasing them in 2017. Season of Arrivals will launch at 1 p.m. EDT/10 a.m. PDT on June 9, an hour after the reveal event starts. Bungie will likely release the fall expansion sometime this fall, between September and October.

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