The first Destiny game was criticized for its overly serious tone and confusing story (that is, when the plot existed at all). However, previous year it was rumored that Bungie was working to make the sequel feel less desolate than the original by adding in more towns, outposts, and quests. The creators of Destiny have finally given us the confirmation that we have all been waiting for. He recalls a battle from the inside of this bar, which we later find out has been destroyed. Destiny fans now can assure that they will have a new game to play this coming September. Nope. The good folks over at Bungie have made a decision to end all speculation of what's next by formally announcing Destiny 2. But with the first game's final event beginning this week, it's probably safe to assume we'll be hearing a lot more about Destiny 2 in the near future. Bungie then teases us even more with a full, worldwide reveal for Destiny 2 set for March 30th at 10am Pacific Time.
Lastly, I would be remiss not to mention one other thing that is returning from vanilla Destiny, PlayStation 4 exclusive content. Not really. I hope the full first look at Destiny 2 shows off a team that has refined their systems. So while we were wary of their veracity at the time, the similarity and proximity between the two reveals are practically begging for our consideration.
Earlier this week, Bungie officially announced Destiny 2 with a short teaser image. Considering Destiny 2 launches in Fall 2017 (possibly on September 8) that's a heck of a long wait for Xbox One players.
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That's everything we know about Destiny 2. With today being the last update to the now 3-year old Destiny you would think that you would have to wonder what's next.
"The cornerstone of that is a great cinematic story that's been a real focus with a great cast of memorable, relatable characters, coupled with some very nice ways to make the game more accessible to a casual player". If this is true, "Destiny 2" will be released exactly three years after "Destiny".