Destiny 2 Expansion 2: Gods of Mars Release Date and Details “Leak”, Is Fake?

A leaked has surfaced on Friday, December 29 revealing new information about Destiny 2’s game expansion God of Mars. PSN reportedly leaked the information, and it triggered excitement from among avid fans of the game.

 

Both Japanese and US PSN stores have uploaded what appears to be a complete information of the Destiny 2. Based on the leaked information, Destiny 2 is set to be released in March. However, such information was already deleted since the listing was publicly revealed.

 

Destiny 2 Expansion 2: Gods of Mars Release Date and Details

 

But a screenshot of the poster was grabbed by a Reddit user named GodofMarsLeak. Based on the PSN description, Destiny 2’s God of Mars will feature a new era of players which will explore the Frigid Vale of Mare. This means that players will be ganging up against Charlemagne, the character who happened to reawakened on Mars and eventually imprisoned Rasputin in an ancient vault.

 

Thus, players are tasked to free Rasputin, defeat Charlemagne, and at the same time uncover the secrets of Clovis Bray with the help from Ana Bray. Apart from this, God of Mars is expected to feature a brand new enemy fiction, weapons, armor as well as bosses in a certain mission.

 

But a separate report claims that the leaked detail is fake. This comes after a Japanese reader called out the attention of the Reddit user, saying that there must be a low quality of translated text using Google translator. The Japanese speaking reader also said that the information provided by PSN did not match the traditional format of translation.

“I’m a Japanese, and I would like to point out that those texts don’t make sense because they are translated by such as google translate,” said the Japanese reader, citing from PlayStation Lifestyle.

 

Despite this development, avid fans of the game said that the leak information also has the chance to be real. They also believed that it is likely the Destiny 2 Expansion 2 will be called Gods of Mars.

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