Today, Activision and Bungie released a good amount of new content for the highly anticipated sequel; Destiny 2. First, was the official gameplay reveal for the game in which you can see here, following its gameplay reveal, Activision released tons of new footage, information, and images for the upcoming game. Down below is a complete breakdown at what was announced today to the public.

Zavala Story Trailer:

A brand new trailer that puts its main focus on a new character being introduced named; Zavala.

Developer Diary #1

Here, the developers break down the new elements that are being introduced to the game. Discussing new characters and worlds the developers at Bungie are bringing in the upcoming game.

Developer Diary #2

Here, the developers highlight many of the game’s new worlds, with their vast landscape and unique setting. Showcasing how each planet plays a different role in the lore that is Destiny.

Developer Diary #3

In the last Diary, the developers show off the many of the game’s upcoming social features. We’re given somewhat of an extended look at how the game’s clan system will function, online community, rewards, and progression.

Game Director Luke Smith revealed bits of information of the game’s vision, lore, and specs. Stating that main core in building the game was creating a “vision” the included three main factors: “a world that pulls you in, amazing things to do, and always someone to play with.” He also clarified that the game received a new refinement based on player feedback from the original. To put in simple terms, Smith wants “Destiny 2’s vision to boil down to this really simple statement: It’s a world I want to be in”.

We also now know that Activision have partnered with Blizzard, this would be the first third-party game to become available on Battle.net—which of course is own by Blizzard Entertainment’s online gaming service. Both groups have also announced that the game’s digital PC version will be available exclusively through Battle.net. See down below for the game’s confirmed specs:

  • 4k Resolution Support (3820×2160)
  • Uncapped framerate
  • Full mouse and keyboard support with custom keyboard mapping
  • Text chat
  • Adjustable Field of View
  • Detailed PC settings screen
  • 21:9 moniter support

And lastly, Activision released tons of new high-quality 1080p images taken from certain scenes that we previously saw in today’s game trailers. We’re shown players with unique gear, environments, strikes, narration and PvP. Check them out below:

Destiny 2

Destiny 2 launches September 8th, for PS4, Xbox One, PC (through Battle.net)

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