The Destiny 2 release is approaching – Bungies online shooter goes to the second round in 2017. A beta for Destiny 2, both on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and on a PC, will be released before the release. On this page you will find an overview of all important information about Destiny 2, all videos and trailers.
With Destiny 2 the developers of Bungie (known mainly for the Halo series) return to the genre of the online shooter. Release of the Destiny sequel: Fall 2017. It is especially exciting that the continuation of the MMO shooter is a new beginning. From the predecessor, only the appearance of characters can be assumed – the equipment and abilities are lost. All players start again from the beginning. This also offers a good entry point for newcomers. In contrast to the first part namely, Destiny 2 also appears for the PC!
Not new is the basic gameplay of the rolling game shooter. Players create their own characters and plunge into the battle of the classes Hunter, Warlock or Titan. The Destiny 2, which was developed by Bungie and released by Activision, is essentially an ego-shooter in the core, but has some role-playing influences. By completing missions, Strikes (the Dungeons’ collaborative dungeons for Destiny for three players), PvP battles, and other game content, characters rise in level, unlock special abilities, and collect new equipment that also affects character. Who does not know the Bungie series, feels reminded of The Division.
With various weapons ranging from automatic guns to rocket launchers, players are shooting in the shooter roleplay through four new open gameplay zones: European Death Zone, Titan (Saturn Moon), Nessus (Planetoid) and Io (Jupiter Moon). In addition to a story-driven campaign, Destiny 2’s main focus is on MMOG-style tasks. Daily missions, multiplayer instances and even raids (endgame content for six players) should provide plenty of gameplay. Part 2 is supposed to be the main criticism of the first part. The Bungie team promises, for example, more content and a clearly better action.
Destiny 2 is not released on the same day for all platforms. The console sockets are earlier, because the developers want to take their own time for the PC implementation. This is supposed to sit and PC player to satisfy. The MMOG ballroom therefore appears for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on 6 September – and is of course also playable on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X. The PC version of the shooter with RPG influences follows on 24 October. There are no plans for further platforms such as Nintendo’s Switch. The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 platforms, which are still supported by the first Destiny, also remain outside.