Destiny 2: The Final Shape Delayed

Bungie announces the final word on The Final Shape, officially announcing the Destiny 2 expansion previously planned to arrive on February 27, 2024 is delayed until June 4th. The update calls the add-on "the culmination of the first ten years of Destiny storytelling," which should make everyone feel guilty for being impatient about this news. The post acknowledges that "delays aren't fun" but that the team is excited to have the extra time needed to bring its vision to life. But it also announces the "extra time" will also include the release of other content that will probably take some extra time of its own:
Naturally, this change brings up questions about our upcoming release calendar. Season of the Wish begins tomorrow and will extend until the launch of The Final Shape in June. While the majority of content and narrative for Season of the Wish will run from late November to February as originally planned, the team is adding new content available for all players to jump into until the launch of The Final Shape.

In February, this will include new weekly progression-based quests called Wishes, and the launch of Moments of Triumph with unique rewards. Next, we’re moving Guardian Games up to March with a refreshed focus on class vs. class competition. Then, beginning in April, we’re delivering a two-month content update available to everyone called Destiny 2: Into the Light, which will prepare players for their Guardian’s journey into the Traveler. All of this is in addition to the ongoing efforts from our PvP Strike Team, including three new PvP maps dropping in May.