In a blog post published on Thursday, the Seattle-based developer said it had “exciting news to share” about its plans for the future, and suggested it would do so via an online stream in two weeks’ time.
“This year finds us all in a scenario that puts us all very far away from business as usual,” wrote communications director David ‘Deej’ Dague. “Basically, all flights originating from our Tower are grounded. Development of Destiny 2 continues, only we are all working from the safety of our homes.
“We have exciting news to share with you about our plans, but it won’t happen at some fancy convention under hot lights. Instead, we’ll use the Internet.”
Later in the article, Bungie’s production director Justin Truman suggested the Season 11 and Year 4 reveal would come around June 9, which coincides with several game events including Guerrilla Collective and Steam Game Festival.
“So we look forward to continuing this conversation, and continuing to evolve Destiny together. And in 12 days, we can’t wait to show you more of what we’ve been working on,” he said.
Bungie recently confirmed that Destiny 2 will be released for Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5.
In a reply to Xbox Series X’s list of development partners, the developer confirmed Destiny would be coming to “next-gen platforms” and that more details would be revealed in the future.
Asked in December if Bungie had plans to introduce Destiny cross-platform play, communications director David ‘Deej’ Dague told VGC that while it’s interested in “anything that would bring players together so that they can share their experiences”, managing its resources was an ongoing challenge.