Now here's the gorgeous new Destiny 2 gameplay trailer with Commander Zavala (Lance Riddick), Cayde-6 (Nathan Fillion), and Ikora Rey (Gina Torres) rallying the Guardians against a ruthless invasion force led by Ghaul and his armored assassins of the Red Legion.
They're going to make Trials, raids, and the Nightfall "available to all players", which they're doing with a brand new system called Guided Games.
In a move right out of EA's playbook, Blizzard will assist Bungie in bringing Destiny 2 on the PC platform. The title will have new worlds to explore and new loot to find, sure, but it also has a rather innovative idea about how to ensure all players can experience all that co-op content.
Cooperative modes will feature Strikes of up to three players and larger six player Raids, though only one Raid will be available at launch.
"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", Destiny 2 director Luke Smith told PC Gamer.
The first is Adventures - short side missions with their own self-contained stories and a glimpse into the universe of Destiny and the characters that live within it. Originally, Bungie supported "Destiny" on PS3 and Xbox 360 until August 2016.
In order to gain early access, you'll need to pre-order Destiny 2. Plus, they'll have bonuses for all clan members so any individual bonuses gets shared amongst the group.
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.
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One new area is the European Dead Zone, which was cut from Destiny 1 way back in the day. The game's story, which is to be much more in-depth and feature better cutscenes than the game's predecessor, takes place on Earth.