Bungie's official Destiny 2 reveal follows leaks from an Italian retailer last week that ostensibly spilled the beans on the game.
The first Destiny game was criticized for its overly serious tone and confusing story (that is, when the plot existed at all). It looks far more menacing than they did in the first game.
After months as an open secret, Destiny 2 has now been officially announced. At E3, we'll likely see a trailer or gameplay of the next Destiny. Moreover, the game maker also made it known early on that the characters from the first game will be ported into the new title.
A receipt from a video game retailer in Germany may suggest that Bungie fans can pre-order "Destiny 2" for the PC. Bungie's latest teaser image for "Destiny 2" has also been taken as another sign that the Last City may indeed be destroyed.
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The "Destiny 2" teaser trailer also shows a different but more humorous tone as it was in the original. So yeah, this is nothing new, but some Destiny fans might have hoped things would change with the move to Destiny 2.
The original Destiny videogame was released three years ago, on September 9, 2014.
We also gain confirmation that Destiny 2 will once again receive timed-exclusive content on PS4, much like the first game before it. 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.
UPDATE: There might be something to the Cayde-6 rumors after all. However, it should be noted that Bungie or GameStop have yet to release the official statement about this incident, confirming the existing of the PC version of "Destiny 2". The Taken King, released in September 2015, marked Destiny finally meeting, or at least being within grasp of its enormous potential.