Destiny 2 is coming to Blizzard's Battle.net

From the makers of the acclaimed hit game Destiny, comes the much-anticipated action shooter sequel, Destiny 2.

Scattered, enemy dungeon layers throughout the world you can discover with unique boss enemies guarding treasure to earn.

This isn't necessariliy unheard of, especially among larger game development companies, but it's still interesting to note in light of how fundamentally similar Halo and Destiny can seem - a similarity that Barnes says was not originally intended.

Pocket-lint has also been getting hands-on time with multiple modes across the PS4 and PC versions of the game.

On the face of it, they're just releasing a few harmless gif counting down to the Destiny 2 Gameplay reveal, but on closer inspection, YouTubers and the games most dedicated fans have spotted something.

Campaign, Strikes and Raids are all returning, now with matchmaking across the spectrum to be more welcoming to solo players. First team to six wins. You lose all your characters, loot and progress, which allows Bungie to add tons of new abilities and items without worrying about balancing everything that came before. Power weapon ammo is only granted to the one player who pulls it.

Midtown is an abandoned part of the City.

As announced by Bungie on the official Destiny Facebook page last week, the company will be hosting a live stream on 18 May 2017 at 6pm BST for those of us in the UK. As you search for teammates, you'll be able to choose which Clan you want to team up with.

Betas also help developers test a game before release. More will be revealed throughout the summer.

We're expecting Bungie to show off the new powers that the Guardians will wield to face off against the new threat of the Red Legion. 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".

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