Bungie reveal Destiny 2

The next two weeks could make or break the 'Destiny' franchise

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"Destiny 2: Forsaken" launches on September 4 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. It concluded with a release date announcement for September 4.

Destiny 2 Forsaken was announced today to a rousing amount of support from the Destiny community. There's no set standalone price for the pass yet, but there is an edition available that includes the expansion and the pass available for $69.99 United States dollars.

Following years of strife, what remains of the Reef has fallen to lawlessness. The Tangled Shore is a series of lashed together asteroids deep in the Reef, a lawless part of the solar system akin to a galactic Old West. Trying to find the ideal roll in the original Destiny was one of my favorite things to do. Fiery knives for Hunters.

Destiny 2's sub-classes are also getting some new Supers and skill trees. The only possible reason would be concerns of market overlap between games like Overwatch and Destiny 2. This is a competitive mix of PVP and PVE where two teams of four will fight off enemies, collecting motes which can be used to block the opposing team from banking their motes or summon a Primeval. However, you'll also be able to invade the other team's side and try to ruin their plans.

A preview build of Gambit will be playable at E3 as well as the fan-organized GuardianCon this summer.

According to Xbox Wire, Destiny 2: Forsaken will be available for $39.99 on the Microsoft Store. This one-shot, one kill weapon appears to reward skill.

Perhaps the biggest change is the new gun system, which Bungie says will allow you the flexibility to equip just about any type of weapon in just about any slot.

Forsaken is set to give players additional choices when it comes to weapons in terms of changing up slots.

It's unclear if there will be any restrictions on pairing up weapons and how ammo will be handled with this system.

The new end-game destination in Destiny 2: Forsaken will be The Dreaming City. Disappointed fans accused the companies of being greedy with in-game purchases, while others said the game experience simply wasn't up to standard. There's an intriguing quote from the reveal video, "The Dreaming City you see at launch will not be the same as the Dreaming City you see two or three weeks later".

But players began complaining about a lack of content and bemoaned some of the changes from the original Destiny. As always, the expansion will also include the usual assortment of new weapons, armor, gear, Supers, and gameplay tweaks. Meanwhile, a new Collections menu will help you keep track of collectibles. This will show in-game activities that have been completed along with lore items discovered.

July 17th marks the release of update 1.2.3, which will include 6v6 Quickplay as a permanent mode. Additionally, Rumble is receiving a permanent playlist.

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