Destiny 2 Shadowkeep has been delayed into October 2019, developer and publisher Bungie has today announced.
The two week delay — the expansion was previously scheduled for 17 September — means Shadowkeep is now expected from 1 October across Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4. Moreover, Destiny 2 New Light, the free-to-play version of the popular looter shooter, has also been delayed until that same time.
“Being independent means that the future of Destiny 2 is entirely on our team,” Bungie advised. “It also means that we’re agile enough to choose to do what’s best for the game and our players, even if it’s the hard choice.”
For those unaware, Shadowkeep will reintroduce Eris Morn to the game, taking players back to the original Destiny‘s Moon.
The expansion’s shifted release date hasn’t impacted Destiny 2 cross-saves; Bungie advised they’ll still be coming “later this summer”.
Destiny 2 is available now; Shadowkeep heads to Windows PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Stadia from 1 October.