Bungie's official Destiny 2 reveal follows leaks from an Italian retailer last week that ostensibly spilled the beans on the game. Here's everything you need to know.
Yesterday saw the arrival of our very first teaser trailer. It's all in CG and has a tinge of humor to it, with Cayde-6 telling a story about an attack.
PlayStation have also confirmed that Destiny 2 is set offer PS4-Exclusive content for a limited time, much like the original.
Bungie has continued to provide excellent downloadable content for Destiny throughout its lifespan, with entire packs continuing the story and creating a deep, tangible sci-fi landscape nearly on a par with Star Wars, so we can't wait to see what it has up its sleeve for the next outing.
What are some of the features you guys want Bungie to introduce in its second take at the Destiny universe?
As development on the original Destiny comes to an end in the coming months, eyes now shift to Destiny 2.
Let's give a hearty "woo-hoo" about the fact that a reveal for a massive upcoming videogame won't require us locals to put on a coffee in the wee hours of the morning.
"We know that, just like us, you have grown fond of the Guardians you've created, so we do plan to preserve your character personalization".
According to Destructoid, the embedded teaser trailer of "Destiny 2" entitled the "Last Call" shows a battle from Cayde-6 past and a firefight that break out near to him. The Destiny 2 logo showed Earth's last city in ruins, and today's trailer confirms that'll be the main thrust of the game. Bungie, on the other hand, finally released the first official teaser image of the game to the public to close things up.
A receipt from a video game retailer in Germany may suggest that Bungie fans can pre-order "Destiny 2" for the PC.