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Bungie teases a Destiny 2 trailer

30 March 2017

We also gain confirmation that Destiny 2 will once again receive timed-exclusive content on PS4, much like the first game before it.

But the teaser does reveal two things: Destiny 2 probably isn't going to be a grittier follow-up to its relatively lighthearted predecessor, and more will be revealed about the upcoming sequel on March 30.

This news also adds another layer onto the rumor that Destiny 2 will be coming to PC, which if it does, looks to join the Xbox One in not having first access to all the available content.

Timed exclusivity is usually preferred in the current generation because of the impact it carries over the marketing.

"Get exclusive Destiny 2 content on PS4".

For now, Bungie is slating to release Destiny 2 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms on September 8, 2017.

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Yesterday news emerged that Bungie had officially confirmed that Destiny 2 was in the pipeline on Twitter.

While we have now received a teaser trailer for the game, we are still without screenshots or gameplay footage for Destiny 2, making it hard to speculate on what differences might be found in this sequel. Though we won't be surprised to see more information from Destiny 2's publisher Activision shortly.

If the bottom part of the receipt, as seen in the tweet below, is legitimate, then "Destiny 2" appears to have a September 17, 2017 release date.

The battle appears to be the ruins of the Last City, but that's not confirmed. While the base game was met with a mixed response when it originally launched, the general consensus of the game has changed thanks to well-received expansions like The Taken King.

Its story offers progressively more hard missions across different planets in a sci-fi setting, each of which can be played in groups or solo. The original "Destiny" was launched in 2014 on the PlayStation 3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. Bungie has now released the first trailer for the upcoming game.

Activision has traditionally had a partnership with Sony and PlayStation for exclusive content.

Bungie teases a Destiny 2 trailer