As the hype for the next Destiny 2 expansion, supposedly titled The Fallen Warmind, continues, Bungie has started giving teasers of what we might expect from the best-selling first-person-shooter’s second DLC. Two cryptic tweets have given fans more to be excited about as the speculated to release date for the DLC, May 8th of this year, draws closer.
First, WWE’s “The Big Show” Paul Wright has tweeted a photo of him wearing a Destiny 2 t-shirt, with the caption “Soon… #Destiny 2 Partner”. It is a well-known fact that “The Big Show” Paul Wright is a big fan of the Destiny game franchise and an enthusiastic Destiny player, having served on the Destiny 2 panel at E3 last year. It is not clear though what this partnership might mean for Destiny 2, and for the game’s next DLC. Fans seem to be excited about this partnership, however, and are speculating whether “The Big Show” Paul Wright might be a voice actor for one of the bosses in the upcoming DLC.
Soon……#Destiny2 Partner pic.twitter.com/Y19YOnCxXK
— “The Big Show” Paul Wight (@WWETheBigShow) April 5, 2018
Another ambiguous tweet by Game Director at Bungie, Christopher Barrett, also has fans in upheaval about the details of next Destiny 2 DLC. Christopher Barrett has spontaneously tweeted “AURORA RETROFLEX initiated”, which makes reference to the scrapped story line of Rasputin. Fans are speculating whether this might mean that the next Destiny 2 DLC will focus on Rasputin, as AURORA RETROFLEX is a defense subroutine that is activated when Rasputin is directly threatened. This tweet might also be giving an indication of the type of weapons that players can expect to have in the upcoming DLC, but we are yet to find out after the full reveal.
 AURORA RETROFLEX initiated / …
— Christopher Barrett (@cgbarrett) April 5, 2018
Fans are waiting in anticipation for more details about The Fallen Warmind, and these mysterious tweets are certainly not making the wait any easier. The next Destiny 2 expansion is sure to be a hit or miss for the franchise, as fans are hoping that Bungie will implement what they expect from the game, especially after all the controversies and unhappiness surrounding certain past events in the game and the previous expansion, The Curse of Osiris.
Destiny 2 is now available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.