Following through with its Destiny 2 roadmap, Bungie has detailed the upcoming season that kicks off in early June.

Titled the 'Season of Opulence,' the new content will release on June 4.

Alongside the new season, owners of the Annual Pass will gain access to a new raid, which will launch just hours after the season's release.

The Crown of Sorrow will take place on The Leviathan, which should feel nice and familiar, given it's the same location as Destiny 2's first raid.

There's usually a few days between a content release and the associated raid's opening, giving players time to grind up to the required power level. The recommended power level is 715, just 15 levels higher than the current max, so it shouldn't take guardians too long to get ready.

As noted by the dev team on Bungie's blog, "the raid is a challenge geared toward testing a fireteam’s ability to learn and execute on the mechanics, as well as their ability to overcome enemies and bosses together.

"Having a short window of time between release and launch allows us to preserve the combat challenge for players making their attempt on day one and get people playing the raid content right away."