Destiny 2 Is Officially Announced With A Fun Trailer

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After a few naughty leaks and quite a fun little Teaser on Tuesday, the official Destiny 2 Trailer is with us!

As is the confirmation of the rumoured September 8th release date as well as the ‘classic’ “Pre-Order for Beta access” incentive.

It’s a fun and quite exciting trailer all round, I particularly enjoy Nathan Fillion’s performance in it. At the moment there isn’t much to know about the game, though we do know the setup for Destiny 2 is for the game to be a soft-ish reset with basically all the Guardians of the first game, i.e; all of the player characters that some of us have sunk far too much time into and in some cases a bit of money, are all dead. We do know that returning players are to be rewarded for their commitment to the series though for some (myself included) it’s a bit sore.

Destiny 2 will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on September 8th.

Does this trailer have you excited? Will you be picking up Des2ny, Destiny 2 in September? Let us know down below!

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