Destiny Bug Reveals Unreleased Content [UPDATE]

[UPDATE] Bungie responds.

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[UPDATE] Following the publication of this story, Bungie's David "DeeJ" Dague responded to the leak, saying neither of the studio's (announced) in-development expansion packs for Destiny are finished.

"We noticed that you noticed that we already have plans for upcoming content packs in Destiny. We do! They have activity names (which may or may not change) and we have a really good idea what they're going to contain. They even have placeholder nodes in the Director, as you've already discovered.

But neither of the Expansion Packs we've announced are finished.

People at Bungie are hard at work to complete content for our first post launch pack, 'The Dark Below,' as I type these words. It will be finished soon. It releases in December. Soon, we'll detail it out for you so you can see exactly what we've been working on.

Thanks for playing. Thanks for the passion. We know you want details. We'll talk more soon."

The original story is below.

Several Destiny players have posted videos to YouTube documenting a bug that locked them out of the Tower, but revealed many pieces of content currently not in the game.

As you can see in the video, when the bug occurs the map shows several new, locked areas, some of which have already been announced as DLC. The events include new Story Missions, Strikes, and Raids, all of which take place on planets that are already included in the main game.

If you don't want to sift through the video, Reddit user KilledbyDice has compiled a list of everything the video reveals here.

Remember that this is a bug Bungie probably never intended players to see, so any and all content could easily change when it's officially announced.

Bungie recently outlined some of its plans for more updates to come over the next few months. It also revealed the first DLC pack for the game, The Dark Below, before the game launched earlier this month on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360.

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