Destiny 2, the sequel to Bungie’s first-person shooter hybrid, has been officially announced. The news came from Destiny’s official Twitter account, which simply posted an image of the sequel’s logo.
The logo, with a numeral two, behind the word “Destiny,” is the same one that appeared on a promotional poster for the game that was leaked last week by an Italian retailer. That poster shows a release date of Sept. 8, 2017, as well as a beta that would apparently be available first on PlayStation 4.
An official announcement from Activision did not accompany it. Nor did a trailer, or any information whatsoever.
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Destiny 2 will arrive three years after the original Destiny, which launched Sept. 9, 2014, on PlayStation 3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Bungie released four expansions for the game: The Dark Below in December 2014, House of Wolves in May 2015, The Taken Kingin September 2015 and Rise of Iron in September 2016.
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A Twitter user pointed out, PlayStation 4 users could be getting the beta early, based on the corner of this poster.. According to Eurogamer’s Tom Phillips, it is supposed to launch with early access for PlayStation 4 users “around June.”
If this is real -it seems PS getting Destiny 2 exclusive Beta access first (unsurprising) pic.twitter.com/FTgdN8YLOE
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