He said, "I think it's pretty unrealistic, given we're an online-only game, right?"
While all that initial news was music to the typical PC gamer's ears, these latest little tidbits might bring the hype meter down a bit. Destiny had a ton of hype in 2014.
Destiny 2 makes a positive first impression on its big reveal. Unfortunately, it didn't really live up to its potential, at least at launch. Dedicated Guardians are likely counting down the days until they can begin earning loot once more, with the added benefits of new and improved features that are set to bolster the core experience.
You'll also be able to travel anywhere in the world without having to go into orbit, a relief to veteran players around the world. The game became repetitive and redundant, which led us to ultimately stop playing.
There's good news and bad news for PC gamers looking forward to Destiny 2.
The game's first mission sees the Cabal attacking to the Tower and effectively winning, locking the Guardians away from the vaults and robbing them of their gear. This phrase means so much and it seems like Bungie has built upon everything that was great about Destiny and improved what wasn't so great. Players will answer this call, embarking on a fresh story filled with new destinations around our solar system to explore, and an expansive amount of activities to discover.
All we know about the story is it all starts off with loss. Your home and your power has been taken from you by a brutal invader - Ghaul. Here's hoping we get more information, maybe a detailed developer diary about multiplayer, in the coming months to ease concerns.
Crucible: Competitive PvP is now 4v4 across all modes.
Get into our YouTube channel for a look at all the weapons, classes and more available in Destiny 2.
The last thing to talk about from the event is for all you PC players out there. It's scheduled for release on September 8 for PS4, Xbox One, and for a series first, PC through Blizzard's Battle.net launcher.
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