Plans could always change though.
Bungie community manager David “DeeJ” Dague has offered an update on Destiny’s 1.2.0 patch, which was supposed to go live on May 12th but was subsequently delayed following a late-breaking technical issue. In the Weekly Update, Dague revealed current plans to have the patch go live on Friday morning, May 15th, Pacific Standard Time.
“Two separate updates will pave the way for you to experience Expansion II. I’ve been told that the best time to apply a patch to a game is not only when it’s ready, but also when there are a lot of smart people in the building to make sure it lands safely. We’re in the final phases of testing and approval for the first update. Confidence is high. As soon as we’re ready, we’ll let you know.
“Currently, all signs point to tomorrow (Friday) morning (Bungie time). It will be a game-time decision, so stay tuned. Patch Notes will immediately follow, and all of your questions about the world changes to come will be answered.”
Patch 1.2.0 is expected to be a fairly major addition to the PvP aspect of Destiny, enabling double the Reputation and Marks for Crucible players along with adding a daily Crucible objective. House of Wolves, meanwhile, will release on May 19th for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3 and PS4.