Destiny 2 Release Expected This September


It goes without saying that Destiny 2 is one of the most highly anticipated games of 2017. Bungie hasn’t revealed much about this title but the little that we’ve heard so far is exciting, to say the least. A poster image belonging to an Italian retailer has been leaked online which possibly reveals when the Destiny 2 release is going to take place.

The original Destiny title came out nearly three years ago so it’s about time that the company came out with a sequel to the title that has certainly proven to be very popular among the gaming community.

The Italian retailer’s poster image mentions that the Destiny 2 release is going to take place on Friday, September 8th in Europe. Whether or not that’s the release date for North America as well remains to be seen, but even if it’s not, it’s not like there’s going to be a major difference between the two.

Bungie is going to provide more information about Destiny 2 in the coming months. We will most likely have to wait until E3 2017 to get more information about the Destiny sequel. What it has confirmed is that progress from the original Destiny won’t be carried over to the new game.

Destiny 2 is expected to be released for PC as well, aside from the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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Destiny Weapons And Gear Will Be Of No Use In Destiny 2


A rumor has been making the rounds for some time now among the Destiny fanbase that the sequel to this popular Bungie title is not going to support any weapons and gear from the original title. Unfortunately for those fans, Bungie has now confirmed that true. All armor, weapons, items, and emotes that players have gathered in the original Destiny title will be left behind because they will be of no use in Destiny 2. The only thing that players will be able to move over will be their original character designs. That’s all.

Bungie does point out that even though it will allow players to move their original character designs to the sequel, those characters will start out fresh in a completely different landscape and will have to collect a different type of loot. It appears that the classes will remain the same but Bungie might be changing the subclasses.

The developer is also thinking about creating new rewards for people who have spent considerable time playing the original game. Perhaps it might be a new type of collectible that will feature in the sequel.

Bungie is now planning its final live event for the original title called Age of Triumph which will start later this month. It’s going to share more details about Age of Triumph in three live streams, the first stream is going to take place on Wednesday, March 8th.

Bungie says that the decision to keep weapons and gear back in the original title will allow it to “introduce the major advancements and improvements that all of us expect from a sequel, ensuring it will be the best game we can create, unencumbered by the past.”

The Destiny 2 release is expected to take place later this year.

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Destiny 2 Release Confirmed For Later This Year


Not a lot is known about Destiny 2 at this point in time but reports suggest that the game is in the pipeline. Bungie hasn’t said much about it as yet but Activision has now revealed a bit of information about the title. It has confirmed that the Destiny 2 release is expected to take place later this year.

Activision revealed through a slideshow attached to its quarterly earnings call today that the full Destiny sequel will be out in 2017 to “broaden the franchise’s global reach, which along with follow-on content plans, sets the stage for growth.”

What this simply means is that the Destiny 2 release is scheduled to take place at some point later this year. It’s unclear at this point in time when the game will first be shown off but E3 2017 comes to mind. The gaming convention takes place in the summer every year and this time around it’s also going to be open to the public.

There hasn’t been a lot of news about Destiny 2 lately so fans of the franchise have been understandably worried about when the sequel would arrive. Bungie hasn’t even started talking about the new game properly and many expect that this is how it’s going to be for the sequel.

Destiny 2 is reportedly going to receive a major overhaul as at least three other Activision studios are said to be working on this title in addition to Bungie. Destiny 2 is also going to make its way to the PC this year.

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Destiny Public Beta To Launch This Summer

Destiny Public Beta To Launch This SummerWhen Bungie was done making the Halo franchise for Microsoft, many were wondering what was next for the developers. Well as it turns out, Destiny was the next title that Bungie would be working on and the good news is that for gamers who loved what Bungie did with Halo, you can look forward to seeing Destiny released later this year. In fact this lines up with what we have heard back in 2013 which suggests that Destiny could see a release later this year in September. This was confirmed during Activision’s investor’s call in which the company’s president, Eric Hirschberg, revealed that the game would launch on the 9th of September 2014 and that a public beta would be released in summer ahead of the release.

Given Bungie’s reputation and what we can see in Destiny, it certainly is shaping up to be a pretty awesome game. Hirschberg was particularly optimistic about the title and believed that Bungie could be Activision’s third billion dollar franchise. “We believe the game is on track to deliver record pre-orders for a new franchise, a public beta is planned for summer and we expect to launch the game on September 9. We look forward to expanding this universe for years to come and you’ll see much more in the months ahead.” Will the game live up to Activision’s claims? We guess we will have to wait and see. So, who’s looking forward to getting their hands on the public beta of the game?

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    New Destiny Trailer Shows Off More Enemies, Guns And Vehicles

    Bungie announced Destiny, which was previously expected to be released in spring 2014, will instead be delayed until September 9, 2014 across all of the platforms it’ll be released on. We’re sure many of you are bummed to hear we’ll have to wait nearly two seasons in order to experience Destiny, but to hopefully tide us over until its release, a new trailer for the game has been released. (more…)

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    Bungie’s Destiny Pegged For September 2014 Release

    Bungies Destiny Pegged For September 2014 ReleaseFor those unfamiliar with the company Bungie, they were the ones who were responsible for the original Halo series on Microsoft’s Xbox platform before it was contracted to a different studio. You might have also heard that they are working on a new game, a pretty epic one at that, known as Destiny. According to an earlier report, it was suggested that the game might be released in 2013, although the way it was phrased suggested that it could mean that we might be seeing screenshots and trailers, rather than the game’s release itself.

    In any case if you’re a fan of Bungie’s work and love what you see from the trailer and screenshots of Destiny, you might be interested to learn that Bungie was revealed that the game will be released in September of 2014. The game will be released on both the PlayStation and Xbox platforms, such as the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One, so fret not for gamers who did not get the latest console and who are still using previous-gen devices. As it stands Bungie is also looking for beta testers, but for now PS gamers will be the ones calling dibs, and are aiming for 1 million beta testers ahead of its release.

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