Destiny 2 developer Bungie is building up the gameplay livestream
Destiny 2 developer Bungie is building the hype for the big livestream gameplay reveal on May 18.
In a new post on the Bungie blog, the Destiny 2 developer said that the livestream would be a memorable moment and an awesome spectacle, as fans countdown to the Destiny 2 September 8 release date on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
But the bad news is that we won't hear any more about Destiny 2 until then.
Bungie said: "The gameplay premiere will be a memorable moment – the first time you see Guardians immersed in Destiny 2 action.
"Our focus right now is on making sure that livestream will be awesome, so we’ll hold fresh remarks about Destiny 2 until then.
"We still want to know what you’re thinking about. Keep expressing those curiosities, by all means. All we ask is that you don’t take it personally if we wait for the right moment to satisfy them."
Bungie also announced the return of the Iron Banner, confirming when the event would start and end.
"Iron Banner is back next week. If you need Max Light, this is a good way to get there. If you have Max Light, this a great opportunity to get a leg up on the competition. You’ve earned it!"
Iron Banner will return on April 11 at 6pm UK time, before coming to an end on April 18 at 10am UK time.
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In the meantime, Bungie has listed some of the known issues in Age of Triumph, and is working on a patch that will be released as part of a new update.
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Age of Triumph: Known Issues
- The Destiny game client may unexpectedly close if a player is respawning when a Knuckles of Eao consumable is redeemed
- Players are receiving false Age of Triumph Record Book notifications during gameplay
- Some players who own a Trials of Osiris Flawless Emblem have not been rewarded the proper Record Book progress
- Players are unable to purchase Reciprocal Runes, Stolen Runes, or Moldering Shards from Eris
- Players are unable to proceed through the “Pushing Back the Darkness” Refer-a-Friend Quest Step
- Players may encounter an issue where Elimination games do not correctly end. Until resolved, players may be required to exit the match to continue playing Destiny
Destiny Age of Triumph has been described as a celebration of all things Destiny.
"For three years, Guardians have fought the Darkness," reads a Bungie blog post. "They have defended the City and everything it stands for. And hope, once lost, has sprung up in every heart. Now the City celebrates its Guardians and all they have done."
As such, Age of Triumph lets players earn or purchase the Treasure of Ages box, which features every every Eververse item to date, as well as a new weapons, armour and more.
Players can also complete new and reprised quests and replay story missions in Heroic mode via new weekly playlists.
There's an opportunity earn emblems and other commemorative rewards from the largest Record Book in Destiny history, while Strikes will be available with a new Daybreak modifier.