In the nine months since launch, Destiny has continued to evolve based on player feedback. But considering that Guardians continue to plough through content at breakneck speed, Bungie must expand this most intriguing universe with more Raids, Strikes and entirely new environments.
Admittedly, The Darkness isn't the most memorable antagonist in video game history, but those who have kept up with Destiny's lore through the tertiary Grimoire cards know all too well that the shooter harbors enough content for years to come.
From the sun-scorched plains of Mercury to the mystical rings of Saturn, reports suggest Bungie has several new galactic locations waiting in the wings. In fact, House of Wolves incorporates Mercury via the Trials of Osiris. Could the ringed gas giant act as the next stop on our tour of the solar system?
All signs currently point to Bungie unveiling the shooter's fall DLC - reportedly titled The Taken King - during E3 in June. Billed as the biggest expansion hitherto, TTK could act as the shoot in the arm Destiny so needs.
We've long heard of Activision's exhaustive ten-year plan for Destiny. Granted, the shared-world shooter launched as somewhat of a slow burner as opposed to a bona fide blockbuster, but there's evidence to suggest the new IP is beginning to find its feet. For Destiny, E3 2015 couldn't be arriving at a more opportune time.