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Destiny 2 Poster Leaked

Destiny 2 Poster Leaked
A leaked Destiny 2 poster has revealed an 8th September 2017 release date for the game. The original game is nearly three years old, although Bungie has promised a full sequel will be coming soon. Images of the poster below emerged on Italian website Lega Network today apparently sourced from GameStop Italy. The poster indicates that PS4 will get beta access before other platforms. We’ve heard this beta is set for June. With the poster now out in the wild it seems an official reveal of Bungie’s hotly anticipated sequel isn’t far away We haven’t heard much about the game itself, although we do know that most of the progress you’ve made in the original Destiny won’t carry over to the sequel. Rumours still suggest that the popular online shooter will finally come to PC as ...

Destiny Progress Won’t Transfer to “Destiny 2”

Destiny Progress Won’t Transfer to “Destiny 2”
Destiny developers Bungie spoke today about the future of the franchise, hinting that progress currently made will not carry over to “Destiny 2” “Sequels represent the start of a new adventure for every player, with new worlds to explore, new stories to tell, new powers to acquire, new loot to earn, and much more” However some customisation options you have made will still carry over to the next instalment. “We are going to recognize the dedication and passion you’ve shown for this world. Specifically, the class, race, gender, face, hair, and marking selections for all characters that have achieved Level 20 and completed the Black Garden story mission will carry forward.” More news about the next Destiny game still to come!

Destiny 2 CONFIRMED!

Destiny 2 CONFIRMED!
During the recent Activision conference call, the publisher confirmed that “Destiny 2” (name TBC), the sequel to Bungie’s 2014 online FPS, will almost certainly be out in 2017! With regards to a possible PC release, the earnings call states that the sequel will “broaden the franchise’s global reach.” That sounds very much to me like a move to PC is all but confirmed. However one thing is almost certain: Support for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 platforms have been stopped. There have been a fair few rumours swirling around lately, but nothing official has been announced until now. However we still do not know an exact release date.

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