In its weekly update on the state of Destiny and Destiny 2, Bungie has revealed when Destiny 2 players can expect the game's first Raid and Trials to launch. It'll just let gamers prepare for when the servers go live, which is 12:00 a.m. local time. Spoiler alert ( it looks absolutely amazing). Don't forget the PC release is October 24, so there's no preloading on that platform for a while.
The first thing I thought upon viewing the trailer was "what an oddly English-sounding opening".
Like that console beta, players can only experience The Farm for a limited period of time and as such, it will only be open until 7PM Pacific, which is 2AM Thursday morning for United Kingdom players. Apparently Bungie is using this as a tactic to prevent players from taking advantage of exploits. If it's anything like with the first game, that will roll around in a few weeks after players have grown acclimated to the puzzles and fights available. It was also available for a beta test on the PS4 and Xbox One.
Not long after the live-action trailer was released, a Destiny 2 fan by the name of Music Sharer realized that the footage fits perfectly with one of the most iconic songs in the world. But before Vogt-Roberts undertakes the massive challenge of making a good movie out of one of the all-time great video games, he's getting warmed up with an awesome live-action trailer for Destiny 2.More news: White House: Donald Trump Donating $1 Million to Hurricane Harvey Victims
The pre-load for Destiny 2 has already begun on Playstation 4 and the size is 32gb for the digital version of the game.
If you're still in the dark about the Destiny sequel, here's everything you need to know.
Character Continuity: Destiny 2 is a fresh start.
In Destiny 1, Trials of Osiris was the game's hardcore end-game PvP activity, featuring a three versus three mode of players attempting to win nine games without losing any to earn special loot.