Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer Release Date is Today

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It has been a few months since Destiny 2‘s latest season, Season of Chosen, went live. Over those months there were a number of new seasonal activities for players to take part in while the season was running. Now, a new season is on the way. Called the Season of the Splicer this multi-month season adds new activities, weapons, and more to the popular fps. For those out of the know the Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer begins today. More details on the launch can be found below.

When Does Season of the Splicer Start?

Destiny 2‘s Season of the the Splicer will go live at 10 AM PT. In preparation for the new season Bungie has taken the game offline as of 9 AM PT. During the maintenance period players will be unable to take part in activities or login until 10 AM when Update 3.2.0 will become available for download. To monitor the progress of the maintenance check out the Bungie Twitter and Destiny Server and Update Status pages accordingly.

What is in Destiny 2’s Season of the Splicer?

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Like previous seasons that have been held in Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer features a variety of new additions. The Season of the Splicer roadmap lays out most of them. We’ve covered the roadmap here, but have also linked it above for your convenience. Some of the major additions include a new Armor Synthesis mechanic that is free for all. There is also new activities and a new overarching story that sees players working with the Fallen. Season of the Splicer runs from May 11 – August 24th when a new season will take its place.

That’s all you need to now about the release time for Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer. We will be covering this new season so be sure to check out our Destiny 2 guides section for more help.

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