After a few teases officially announcing the game, Bungie and Activision finally confirmed Destiny 2 with a debut trailer.
Update: Blizzard has updated its website with some further details. A release date for the PC version is still yet to be decided, to ensure the game arrives in a polished state.
The first trailer of the gameplay that was revealed on 30 March has featured the vital characters like Cayde and Zavala talking about the loss of the Last City of the Earth.
IGn talked with Mark Noseworthy, Destiny 2 project lead, about bringing the game to the Nintendo Switch, and unfortunately for fans, Bungie is not planning on bringing the game to the Switch any time soon. Along with setting the story, the teaser also revealed a lot of information about new armors and battle gears. Destiny 2's gameplay customer service will be handled by Bungie; Blizzard will handle customer service for platform and shop issues specific to our service.
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Because at its core, Destiny's mechanics are some of the most fluid and polished we've ever played. From what was shown today, it appears that Destiny 2 will have something for everyone.
Destiny 2 is evidently a new beginning for the franchise, as well as for its long time players who will see the slate wiped clean on their progress.
No matchmaking for Raids and other late game content, but new Guided Games system will allow solo players to temporarily join existing clans to make up their numbers.
The game will have new PVP modes, strikes, and a new raid. It will be out September 8. on Xbox One, PC, and PS4.
First, instead of living on Steam like the majority of PC games, Destiny 2 will only be available on Battle.net.