Since Destiny first came out back in 2014 fans have been craving a sequel to the online-only first-person shooter video game developed by Bungie and published by Activision Well it now seems like the wait is not that long.
Destiny 2′s was originally scheduled to release in September 2016 before being pushed back to 2017 round about the same time last year. Since then there hadn’t been any major updates regarding the game until now as Activision has finally broken its silence on when the game will finally be released.
Although there still isn’t any exact release date we at least have a timeframe for a “full” Destiny sequel as Activision has officially confirmed a Fall release during their financial call (via GamesRadar).
Not only that , it also seems that Activision are set to reward fans for their patience as they’re apparently well into planning more Destiny content releases to follow, writing that Destiny 2 will “broaden the franchise’s global reach, which along with follow-on content plans, sets the stage for growth”.
According to rumors developer Bungie has decided to take a different approach with Destiny 2 in order to make it feel like a ‘proper sequel’. This means that old characters, activities and even planets might not be included in the new release.
Destiny 2 is also reportedly set to arrive on a new platform, according to rumors the sequels will launch on PC, alongside the standard consoles.
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