Future 2’s present content material season, the Season of the Timeless, is rapidly drawing to an in depth. This week marks the ultimate Iron Banner of Season 8, and there is solely two extra weeks of Timeless after that. And although we’re rapidly barreling towards the conclusion of the Vex’s assault on the moon, we hadn’t heard something about the place Future 2 might be headed when its subsequent season, the Season of the Daybreak, kicks off in December–until now.
In an early This Week at Bungie blog post launched forward of the Thanksgiving vacation, Bungie lastly made clear when Guardians will get some new particulars about what Daybreak entails. The developer will drop data in regards to the subsequent season in a livestream set for 10 AM Pacific time on Wednesday, December 4.
When And The place To Watch Future 2 Season Of The Daybreak Livestream
- Wednesday, December 4
- 10 AM PT
- 1 PM ET
- 6 PM GMT
- 9 PM EAT
It is considerably atypical for Bungie to carry again data on its subsequent season till so near that season’s launch, but it surely may communicate to how issues have modified within the third 12 months of Future 2. The developer has made clear it intends to inform one lengthy, overarching story with this 12 months’s 4 seasons, beginning with the occasions of the Shadowkeep enlargement. Although we have apparently seen all of the content material Timeless has to offer–last week noticed the beginning of the Remaining Assault model of the Vex Offensive exercise that has marked the season–it’s doubtless there’s just a little extra story coming that may lead from the tip of Timeless into the start of Daybreak.
We’re additionally ready to listen to extra about what the Season of the Daybreak is all about. Bungie revealed a tiny tease in one in all its Vidocs about Shadowkeep and the Season of the Timeless when it confirmed a whiteboard on which builders have been detailing the arcs of every of the upcoming seasons. Below the “Daybreak” heading was one intriguing phrase: “Repair the timeline.” That means we’ll be seeing extra to do with the Vex, Future’s time-traveling robotic enemies, and we’d even get an opportunity to revisit some previous Future 2 occasions or story factors when the following season rolls round.
We additionally know that the Season of the Daybreak might be longer than the Season of the Timeless, which was a bit truncated by the delayed launch of Shadowkeep in October. Seasons normally run about three months, however Timeless solely lasted about two. The longer size of the remainder of the three seasons this 12 months might enable them to incorporate extra content material, or at the very least, to stretch out content material drops over an extended interval.
There are numerous unanswered questions in regards to the Season of the Daybreak, however hopefully Bungie plans to shed fairly a bit of sunshine on it come December 4.