If you thought Bungie was prepping a Destiny 3 behind the scenes, you might want to think again. The developer has committed to its current looter shooter by announcing Destiny 2 expansions for both 2021 and 2022. Yes, Bungie just announced a piece of DLC that won't launch for another two years.

It's a little bonkers, that's for sure, but the reveals of The Witch Queen and Lightfall are positioned as a sign of commitment to Destiny 2. During today's reveal stream, Luke Smith spoke about how the team doesn't want to start from scratch with a third instalment. Instead, it wishes to repurpose older content alongside introducing new areas, strikes, missions, and raids. One example of this is the fact that the original Destiny Vault of Glass raid will be returning next year. Before all of that though will be Destiny 2: Beyond Light, which arrives on PlayStation 4 on 22nd September 2020.

Bungie also announced a PlayStation 5 version of Destiny 2 which will sport 60 frames per second and enhanced visuals -- it'll also support cross-play with PS4 players.