More Destiny 2 release news is coming soon
Bungie have confirmed that there are a couple of milestones to look forward to. ahead of the Destiny 2 release.
A new Destiny 2 livestream is planned for May, which will focus on gameplay and how things are changing on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
Following that there will be a Destiny 2 beta released on all platforms, giving fans their first taste of the new title.
Fans can then prepare for the Destiny 2 release date in September, when everything should be in place for a smooth launch.
While these are the details that we currently know about, influencers who have been talking to Bungie recently have been given a fresh update.
According to various online sources, Bungie are planning to release new information on Destiny 2 very soon, meaning we could be looking at another tease dropping at the end of the Age of Triumph event.
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The new raid-centric event is currently ongoing, with a total of three available in the Director that you take on at 390 Light, and Wrath of the Machine being added next week.
Speaking on the subject of Destiny 2, community manager David Dague noted that the team were wotking hard to get everything in place for the new reveals.
“There is one month between now and the next drop of news about Destiny 2,” he wrote.
“If that’s what you came here for, follow up and await future notifications. We’re working behind the scenes to put on a good show.”
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It follows a recent update from Microsoft on the impact they see Destiny 2 making when released later this year.
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Speaking about how Microsoft handled the changes in how games have started to last longer on new platforms, Xbox chief Phil Spencer also revealed his lofty ambitions for Destiny 2.
“So when we thought about our tools, I said okay, games are going to live longer than we're used to them living on our platform,” he told Gamasutra.
“Which means from the service capability and monetization standpoint, we've got to go build tools so that they can continue to give content and services and other things to the customers.
“Seeing games like Destiny get born this generation makes a ton of sense.
“But also these games are going to probably start to span generations. You know if you think about like, Destiny 2 is coming this year — I pick Destiny because I think I have 600 hours into the game.
“But you know, Destiny 2's gonna be one of these games that I expect five, six, seven years from now, people are still going to be playing that game. It's going to be a little bit like WoW. Which you know, whatever its been, 10 years later, 15 years later, millions of people play the game.”