Destiny 2 Releases On September 8th, Comes In PC, First Trailer Released

By Jeff Thompson - 31 Mar '17 05:51AM

The gamers got a first look of Destiny 2, and the developer has confirmed its release date, platforms, and gave a first look of its first trailer. The release date of the game has been announced as September 8, and this time it also comes to PC along with PS4 and Xbox One. The trailer of the game doesn't show the gameplay but gives enough clues to the story, environment, and more.

The introduction to Windows is a real transformation as the original game Destiny was not into the PCs and was only focusing consoles. Other features include, it is first person shooter game that is coming in a multiplayer mode similar to the original game. Though there is no gameplay in the trailer, a live stream is promised for May 18. Interestingly, it is available for pre-order from the official website of the game. It comes with a season pass announced as Expansion Pass which includes Expansion I and II that offers new story missions, competitive multiplayer, a number of weapons, and cooperative activities.

The game is coming in limited edition, standard edition, game + expansion pass, digital deluxe edition, and collector's edition. The limited edition has a steelbook case, physical and digital bonuses, and the Expansion Pass. The Digital Deluxe Edition has emote, Legendary sword, and Cabal-themed emblem. The Collector's Edition will offer a messenger bag/backpack combo, additional physical bonuses, and a solar-powered USB charger along with the features that other editions provide.

The trailer of the game tells the story of the last safe city of humanity is threatened by Ghaul and his invasion forces. He removed the guardians of the city from their power and made people flee. The gamer has to fight back with Ghaul by uniting humanity and should be ready to explore new worlds. It is yet to see how great the gameplay will be and the expectations are sky-high considering the reception of the first installment.

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