Bungie Addresses The Massive Destiny 2: The Final Shape DLC Leak

The DLC was accidentally pushed live on PS5's streaming service.

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  • Bungie has finally addressed the huge Destiny 2: The Final Shape DLC leak in a new post on Twitter.
  • The devs claimed the new DLC was accidentally pushed live early on PS5’s streaming service.
  • Some gamers could get a hold of the new expansion and enjoy some of the campaign. 

Bungie has taken to Twitter to address the massive Destiny 2: The Final Shape leak. The statement claims that “a portion” of the expansion was accidentally uploaded early on PlayStation 5’s streaming service. The devs claim that “a small group of players” were able to get their hands on the DLC and try out a chunk of the campaign ahead of time. The team was able to strike down the uploaded content, but some damage was still done.


Bungie emphasizes being careful about the influx of leaks because the upcoming DLC will finally wrap up the Light and Darkness Saga. Finding out the conclusion via a leak would suck after waiting for years, after all. The studio also acknowledges that it’s a difficult time for the whole time and requests to report the leakers.

We recommend being very careful on social media over the next few days to avoid spoilers. Remember to exercise caution and be critical of potential misinformation.”

Destiny 2: The Final Shape Is The Culmination Of The Series’ First Ten Years

The upcoming expansion is among the most exciting we have seen so far. Some of the major additions include the new enemy race dubbed “The Dreads,” two new dungeons, a new raid, a new prismatic subclass, and much more. And for those unfamiliar, the Destiny 2 DLC was initially planned to launch in February this year before getting delayed to June 4, 2024.

Destiny 2: The Final Shape DLC Ends A Major Story Arc That Has Been Unfolding Since The Last Decade | Image Source: Steam
Destiny 2: The Final Shape DLC Ends A Major Story Arc That Has Been Unfolding Since The Last Decade | Image Source: Steam

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Destiny 2 has had a long journey, first launching in 2017 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC as a paid game. However, it became a free-to-play experience two years down the road and completely changed its operating model. The entry later arrived on Xbox Series consoles and the PlayStation 5, further boosting its huge community. 

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