After announcing its split from Activision, there have been plenty of questions around Bungie and what the future of “Destiny” looks like. While a new season of content is kicking off on Tuesday, Bungie also announced it would be unveiling the future of “Destiny 2” on June 6.

But it looks like that future may have already been unveiled earlier than intended.

A new promotional image for year three of “Destiny 2” appears to have been leaked online ahead of the June 6th reveal. Titled “Destiny 2: Shadowkeep,” the image describes “Shadowkeep” as the next chapter in the “Destiny” experience that will pit Guardians against “terrifying shadows on a forgotten moon.”

Anyone familiar with “Destiny” should be excited at the possibility of returning to the Moon, which was a major location in the original game. The art also implies that the Hive would serve as the central enemy of this new expansion, which would be fitting as the Moon is where players had their first major encounters with the Hive. However, the image also shows off a large citadel that hadn’t been seen in the original game, meaning that this could be set in a new area of the Moon.

The image also mentions a physical collector’s edition for “Shadowkeep,” meaning this could be an expansion the size of “The Taken King” or “Forsaken,” both of which had a collector’s edition.

It doesn’t give away much more than that and given previous leaks from online personalities like AnonTheNine and ShadowOfAnon, this should be taken with a grain of salt.

To hear more about the future of “Destiny 2,” tune in to the livestream on Thursday 1 P.M. EST/10 A.M. PST.

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Destiny 2 has players collecting ingredients to bake cookies for characters. FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images