Bungie has postponed the release of Destiny 2: Shadowkeep and free New Light

Bungie has announced that it is postponing the release of a new expansion for Destiny 2, as well as the free version of the game.

When to expect

Fortunately, the developers took only twoadditional weeks, and Destiny 2: Shadowkeep will release on October 1st. Along with the addition, gamers will also receive the release of a free version of the game called New Light.

"We know that for some, the release of a Destiny expansion is an event where you take a vacation or suddenly get sick so you don't have to go to work or school.We're sorry to have ruined your plans, and we wanted to share this information as quickly as possible," Bungie wrote.

Along with the release date for Shadowkeep has changedand the schedule of events in Destiny 2. Thus, the “Solstice of Heroes” will last until September 17, when the “Iron Banner” starts, and the “Garden of Salvation” raid will open on October 5.

Given the new changes, let us remind you that Destiny 2:Shadowkeep will be released on October 1st on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC along with the free New Light. Cross-platform saves will reach players this summer. Read more about the upcoming addition in our note.