November 19 2017

Destiny 2 Gameplay Reveal Trailer: Your Journey Ends Here

November 19 2017, 01:02 | Jodi Jackson

The demo ends with a cutscene as the player is introduced to Destiny 2's villain Dominus Ghaul. Rallied to work together by Commander Zavala, the player character Guardian, alongside wise Warlock Ikora Rey and the Nathan Fillion-voiced comic relief ally Cayde-6 must fight to take back their home and regain their powers. Also briefly mentioned, the PC version of Destiny 2 will be downloadable exclusively through Blizzard's Launcher.

In the campaign, the guardians will be focused on rebuilding and reclaiming what was taken from them when Ghaul and his Red Legion took over and attacked Earth's last safe space.

Bungie officially announced Destiny 2 on March 27.

There'll be more story, more quests, new gear, new exotics, changes to the weapon slots, in a "world that pulls you in". To revive a teammate, you must use a revive token. There are new class powers too, including Dawnblade, the Titan's Sentinel, the not-Captain-America-shield, and the Arcstrider. Also available for attendees was "Countdown", an all-new competitive multiplayer mode as well as a three-player cooperative activity on a new map called, "Inverted Spire".

Of course, the biggest question is "How can I watch the Destiny 2 live stream?". Below you can look at the first seven minutes of the first mission called "Homecoming". That said, it still looks a lot like Destiny 1 just got a major update, rather than a brand new game. It has also been confirmed today that Razer Destiny 2 PC peripherals are going to be released this year alongside the game.

Guided Games - If you could never find a group to raid with or do a Nightfall, Guided Games allow for parties to add individuals looking for a group to join their party. Similar to the other popular shooter games like "The Division" and "Ghost Recon Wildlands", which feature some kind of a mod/attachment system. But with E3 around the corner, hopefully we'll get some answers sooner rather than later.

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