At 18:00 BST/19:00 CEST/10:00 PT/13:00 ET, Bungie will be showing off some the action from Destiny 2, and have developers on-stage chatting about the game. While we wait for a firm release date for the PC version of Destiny 2, here are a pair of 4K resolution screenshots of the game to look at. In addition to that Activision and Bungie have revealed new and existing licensee partners for Destiny 2s merchandising program.
Major Destiny 2 single player and gameplay details were revealed during Bungie's live stream earlier today, including confirmation of a story mission set within The Last City.
In Destiny 2 players will answer this call, embarking on a fresh story filled with new destinations around our solar system to explore, and an expansive amount of activities to discover.
Players can form their own clans in-game. From there, players will infiltrate a Red Legion ship. Now, I'm not a PC gamer, and haven't played a first person shooter with these types of controls since probably Team Fortress.
Depite keeping incredibly tight-lipped about the bold new direction for the game, there has been one slight leak for the new Bungie game in the past week. It has been confirmed that PvP (Player vs. Player) will be 4v4 in the Crucible, which is definitely more competitive. When the Red Legion invaded, they completely ignored this sector of the City in their takeover. This should make it easier for Clans to get a full crew, and offers newcomers a chance to try out Raids and meet clans that they might join up with officially.
The information is surely positive for those who plan to buy Destiny 2 on PC.
The game will be released first for PS4 and Xbox One on September 8th, 2017.
Destiny, one of the biggest franchises in gaming, has its grand sequel unveiling on Thursday night, when the world will get its first proper look at Destiny 2 at a live event.