Destiny 2’s PvP Is Expanding With A New Map And Mode Next Season

In a new state of the game address, Bungie has detailed some of the changes coming to the PvP section of the game in Season 22 and beyond. While Destiny 2’s multiplayer modes have been regularly tweaked and enhanced with matchmaking changes, a revamp of Trials of Osiris, sweeping changes to Iron Banner, and the launch of Competitive Division, players are still looking for more content in the form of new maps and more-rewarding ritual activities.

In Season 22, Bungie will be responding to that feedback with a new Vex Network-themed map, a new Relic 6v6 mode, a gunplay-focused Checkmate modifier for multiple modes, and a new Competitive Ascendant Division emblem alongside more content.

The new map, Multiplex, is described as an asymmetrical map using a Vex environment, a location that looks like it was pulled from the Lightfall campaign. “Although many of us had been thinking about a lo-fi Vex map for the Crucible, the challenge of this palette was the possible lack of player orientation in the play space,” Bungie explained. “We thought bringing the Mars palette into the Vex Network realm would be a great way to mitigate this while adding an evocative look. Narratively, the space is in the middle of compiling the Infinite Forest, so this is what you’ll see in action.”

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