Bungie confirms 'Destiny 2' is to be the Destiny sequel's official name

Posted March 30, 2017

Bungie hasn't released any details about the game, nor has Activision outlined what Destiny 2 would look like. To that end, we won't be able to take power, possessions, and Eververse-related items and currency to the new game. One shred of information that was confirmed earlier this year was that Bungie will allow character appearances to carry over from Destiny to Destiny 2.

This poster comes from an Italian retailer, so it is now believed that release date might correspond with an global release date. Leaked promotional materials point to a September 8 release date following an exclusive beta on PS4. Only time will tell, but I can say that this is going to be another mega release for Bungie and Activision. The developer released its four-game expansion: "The Dark Below" in 2014, "House of Wolves" in 2015, "The Taken King" in 2015, and " Rise of Iron" in 2016. We'll keep you posted as we receive more information but in the meantime make sure you get involved with Age of Triumph and get those new weapons and run those old raids at current light levels. However, GameStop employees have reportedly stated that the September date they provided is only a placeholder.

A Twitter user and a fan of the game discovered a secret hidden inside the sequel's official logo.

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Next up, the destruction of The Last City and the Cabal being the culprits. He even created a GIF in which he demonstrates his theory and he actually seems to be right about it.

Destiny 2 is now slated for a September 8, 2017 release date, though since that's a Friday, it may be that the game is ultimately launched in the US on Tuesday, September 5, as that is the typical launch day for games in America. It is not quite a massively multiplayer game, but not your classical shooter either.

"Without losing anything that our core players love, we've made it more accessible to someone who just wants to have a great, more casual first-person action experience". Some of the updates have radically changed the game by introducing new stories and new maps.