Bungie will this evening lift the lid on Destiny 2's future - so, of course, some of it has popped up on the internet a little early.
A name for the game's imminent new season, set to last over this summer, has turned up via a PlayStation Store listing for a new Silver bundle - a dollop of Destiny's premium in-game currency.
A suspected release date for Destiny 2's big September 2020 expansion has also materialised - also on the PlayStation Store. Destiny 2's product page warns that "105GB hard drive space [is] required as of 22nd September 2020", which lines up with when we expect Destiny 2 Year 4 to begin.
We'll pop details on the forthcoming season - the last of Destiny 2 Year 3 - below a spoiler warning for those who wish to remain surprised this evening.
Bungie's livestream begins at 5pm UK time, with the Season 11 release time set for one hour later.
Destiny 2 wrapped up its current season at the weekend with a decent first stab at a Fortnite live event. It's worth watching what happened - especially now you don't have to wait around for it.
THERE MAY BE SPOILERS AHEAD:
Destiny 2's next season is named Season of Arrivals, which presumably refers to the impending debut of those Dorito-shaped Pyramid Ships fans have been looking forward to since the beginning of Destiny 1.
Artwork for the season shows what looks like a Warlock with some kind of new headgear looking upwards, with Hive runes in the background.
Destiny 2's next season will be "Season of Arrival."— Destiny 2 News (@DeltaINTEL) June 8, 2020
This bundle went live on PlayStation Store Australia. pic.twitter.com/mVLNWUvtEy
Various teases have suggested September will be when The Darkness finally arrives in the world of Destiny, and that the game will add Europa to visit.