Details about Destiny's The Dark Below and House of Wolves downloadable content expansions have been accidentally leaked due to an in-game glitch.

YouTuber Kinsey_92 has posted a video depicting an in-game bug which made him lose all of his current missions and bounties for Destiny, but granted access to placeholders for the game's future content, Kotaku reports. On the destination map, Kinsey was able to look at every new and upcoming mission, Strike, Crucible map and Raid Bungie had planned for Destiny's two big expansions. While our readers should obviously take this information with a grain of salt, many of descriptions and names of these events coincided with the expansions' confirmed names: The Dark Below and House of Wolves.

We really hope that The House of Wolves Raid in the Reef has us shooting the prince of the Awoken in the face for those snore-filled, cliche story sequences. Mind you, the video's story missions highlighted in the Reef are the cinematic sequences where your Guardian visits the Awoken's queen, which are one-time parts of the regular campaign. We also must add that Bungie did a great job at making the Awoken a playable race and making the leaders of the Awoken mysteriously hostile to you, even if you choose to be one of their race.

Destiny's first downloadable content expansion, The Dark Below, is expected to debut sometime in December. House of Wolves, the second expansion, will be having a launch sometime in 2015. We have also included a picture of Destiny's scheduled events for the first half of October.

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