‘Destiny 2’ Release Date, News & Update: New Gameplay Centers Mars; Plus See New Guardians Included?

By Staff Reporter , Updated Oct 26, 2016 11:59 AM EDT
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Bungie has been really busy lately and with the recent launching of "Destiny: Rise of Iron," we can say, fans are also kept busy. Of course, Rise of Iron is still received massively today, but that did not stop fans from asking, just when "Destiny 2" will arrive?

Bungie, the game developer of Destiny has not confirmed any, but have previously hinted on their plans to make a sequel. Nevertheless, it seem far from today, that we will see "Destiny 2," not when players are still engrossed with the Rise of Iron.

For fans, who have been asking about "Destiny 2," we may have some unofficial spoilers for you. According to the GamersDrop, the possibility of the sequel coming to the PC platform is among the rumors. The delay, could be the possible cost of developing the sequel in the PC platform. According to the recent revelation, its PC platform costs demands the most.

As for the possible setting of the alleged "Destiny 2" plans, Mars is where the developer is taking the game. According to Kotaku, Bungie removed a significant part of Destiny: The Taken King, which plays in the vast space of Mars. If it happens, expect a familiar connection between the sequel and The Taken King.

Destiny, three years ago started as a massive and successful game for Bungie. Three years later, it has received three DLCs mainly, The Dark Below, The Taken King and the latest, Rise of the Iron. The possibility of "Destiny 2" arriving in 2017 has been rumored online, but until such time Bungie makes an official announcement, we can take these rumors as they are.

Meanwhile, other subtle predictions on the upcoming "Destiny 2" is the arrival of a totally new gameplay and some additional Guardians as characters in the game.

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