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Destiny House of Wolves expansion gets release window

Bungie has revealed the launch window for House of Wolves, Destiny’s second expansion pack following on from The Dark Below.

The House of Wolves add-on release date is now confirmed to fall somewhere between April 1 and June 30.

What’s more, Activision – Bungie’s publisher – claims a ‘major content release’ will follow House of Wolves at some point in 2015, revealed during the firm’s earnings call.

David ‘DeeJ’ Dague, community manager for Bungie, wrote: “We’re keeping all other details under wraps for now.”

“There is a special team here that’s dedicated to creating some new ways for your to play Destiny. They’re also making the game you know a better reflection of what we’ve learned about you since you’ve started playing,” he said.

“While they do their thing, we’ll walk the fine line between making you a part of the process and providing them with a safe place to explore possibilities and do their best work.”

He added: “And on a long enough timeline, we’ll also talk about what we’re planning for this fall.”

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We saw Destiny’s House of Wolves DLC details leaked online earlier this week, revealing info on gear, weapons, and a level cap raise.

A Reddit user uncovered Crucible and Vanguard armour for Hunter, Warlock, and Titan glasses, plus new guns and rocket launchers.

The leak also unveiled a level 32 weekly Nightfall strike, as well as a brand new faction.

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