Destiny 2 Will Be Available on Battle.Net

The end of the beginning

The latter revealed more information about its upcoming Destiny 2 game today.

PvP in The Crucible and all other multiplayer game modes will be 4v4 affairs, with a new and overhauled game HUD, while Destiny 2 will also include new maps, modes, public events, Strikes, and a new Raid.

Not much else is known beyond that, although we imagine that Bungie will reveal more details about the game and storyline during the Destiny 2 live stream.

Bungie is also allowing players to have more freedom when it comes to weapons slots.

These two features are important additions to the series, given that it is something players have been asking for since the original game launched back in 2014.

Destiny 2 will have players new and old start from scratch.

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It appears Bungie took the feedback from Destiny 1 seriously, claiming that Destiny 2 has cinematic single-player campaign.

At the heart of Destiny 2 is loss, Bungie told us on-stage at the gameplay unveiling.

"We're not committed to a PC date yet, but at Bungie we're totally committed to making a PC build as great as we can", Smith shared.

On the clan side of things, if they're a player or two short they can turn to Guided Gamers to help them out.

Destiny 2 will arrive on PlayStation 4 (with additional, timed exclusive content), Xbox One, and PC on September 8. Will it be a bigger, better version of the same game Destiny fans have been playing for the past two and a half years? A new storyline, four new planets, new weapons, as well as new character subclasses and abilities all look impressive, and so far live up to the hype building around the game.

"As Destiny fans, we were excited to learn that the sequel was coming to PC", said Mike Morhaime, CEO and cofounder of Blizzard Entertainment. The studio previewed Homecoming, the first mission in the story campaign, and reiterated that the light-stealing antagonist is Primus Ghaul of the Red Legion.

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