With no word about any new substantial Destiny content coming out of Camp Bungie since the release of last year's The Taken King expansion, Activision released some information about the future of the online shooter franchise during its latest financial report. In addition to numbers and figures showcasing the publisher's many successes, the report also included information about the future of its key franchises.
Outside of confirmation that we'll be getting another Call of Duty game this year, which is basically a given at this point for the yearly franchise, it looks like Destiny 2 won't be out until sometime in 2017. The sequel to the popular online shooter was originally rumoured to be out later this year, but now it looks like that won't be happening. In its place is a "large new expansion", but as to what that will contain is anyone's guess. Probably a new Raid, additional Strikes, and a new planetary body to explore.