Destiny developed by Bungie and published by Activision Blizzard takes place in the future in the milky way solar system in which a catastrophic event has stricken Earth. There's only one city left on Earth protected by a large sphere called The Traveler. Players are put in to the role of a Guardian powered by The Traveler. Guardians will work together as the last hope of mankind to try and discover what led to the downfall of humanity. Especially after the golden age allowing humans to travel to other planets. While Destiny hasn't been referred to as an MMO, it's a shared world first person shooter.
The Destiny 2 image appeared on Twitter today. There are no details yet, but we will have them for you as soon as we can.
The last Destiny update, Age of Triumph, is slated to go live on March 28th. It brings the game full circle with players able to revisit old raids, take part in new and revamped quests, replay story missions and much more.
Destiny fans will want to check into the Bungie live stream event being held this Wednesday, March 22nd to show off some of the Age of Triumph update contents. Hosted by 3D Character Artist Ian McIntosh and Senior Gameplay Designer Josh Hamrick, the show will also reveal new rewards for Guardians in Age of Triumph as well as more information about the return of Raid weapons and making stuff fancy. FANCY!
Bungie has sent out a pair of Destiny screenshots of the armor that can be earned in Vault of Glass and Dark Below. Age of Triumph begins on March 28th and brings back updated raids to make all raids "in parity" with each other.
In case you missed it in our post about Activision-Blizzard's Q4 2016 earnings, the gaming giant has informed fans that Bungie's Destiny 2 is coming sometime in 2017, though the exact timing of the release remains unknown.