Bungie have apparently changed the name of the upcoming 'Destiny 2' expansion update, as they leaked details of what users can expect.
It was previously believed the new Downloadable Content (DLC) for the online-only multiplayer first-person shooter game - which sees users battle to save the Last City on Earth from alien races - would be titled 'God of Mars'.
But listings on both Amazon and Gamestop show the update listed as ' Destiny 2 - Expansion 2: The Fallen Warmind'.
Amazon also listed a release date of May 8, 2018, priced at $19.99.
Bungie has already confirmed new features included in Update 1.1.4 for 'Destiny 2', to be made available on March 27.
The improvements include an advancement in speed, animation and range.
Enemies will now drop their Power Ammo on death, enabling players to steal it from their ghosts, and in a bid to improve the competitive Player Vs Player experience the tracker from Competitive and Trials playlists is being removed.
Bungie believes this will increase team communication increase the effectiveness of flanking manoeuvres.
Destiny 2 is available on PS4, XBox and PC.
Last year game director Christopher Barrett took to Twitter account to give fans the chance to contribute ideas for the first DLC pack.
He wrote: "What would you most like to see in the first expansion? #Destiny2 (sic)"
Christopher was inundated with responses from gamers, with loot improvements proving a popular suggestion, and some supporters were also keen to see private matches.