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Destiny 2 Gets Trio of Featurettes From Recent Gameplay Reveal

Destiny 2 Gets Trio of Featurettes From Recent Gameplay Reveal

Today Bungie published the three standalone featurettes previously seen during Destiny 2‘s recent gameplay premiere, which took place on May 18th.

The follow-up to 2014’s hugely successful first-person shooter is set to debut this coming September on Xbox One, PS4 and for the first time in the series, PC. Introducing a host of new social features, weapons, powers, worlds and a new narrative-driven story for players to sink their teeth into, Destiny 2 looks to be every bit as engaging as its predecessor.

First up we learn about the new weapons and powers of Destiny 2 with the first of 3 released featurettes from the developer – The Next Adventure, which shows the iconic Guardians being driven back into the wild as a new enemy attacks their home. Before players are able to reunite and begin to fight back against the enemy though they’ll need to acquire new weapons and master new forms of power.

The next featurette titled The Worlds of Destiny 2 explores the many brand new destinations players will come across as they embark on a new adventure with Destiny 2. Travelling across the solar system and back, Destiny 2‘s strange new worlds are packed with more action than ever before.

Aside from new powers, weapons and worlds to explore Destiny 2 will also introduce new social features that enable each player to experience everything the game has to offer. Showcased with the final Featurette – Clans and Guided Games, players will be able to create Fireteams, join Clans, and make new friends to help overcome the greatest challenges.

Destiny 2 releases September 8th on Xbox One, PS4 and for the first time, PC.

Better known as RzrsS in the video game scene, Stephan Rodts has been playing video games for nearly his entire life. He started out shooting poor ducks out of the sky in Duck Hunt on the Nintendo, but now shoots everything that moves. Be warned.


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