Yet, with all the fun and pre-order bonuses already being shoved out the door before an ounce of gameplay has been shown, one can't help but be cautious.
The expansion pass that's included with the Limited and Collector's Editions will actually net you two unnamed expansions, but it's unknown at this point if that's all the extra content planned for Destiny 2.
Melee has been getting more and more emphasis as Destiny ages on, and these dog-like creatures could signal Bungie creating new enemies which are specifically designed to get players to switch to punches over guns. Bungie has released the first of what will likely be several trailers for the game, which stokes the hype with a set of rallying speeches fit for any epic adventure. We know a release date, beta dates and the fact that the game is on PC, but other than the general premise of a Cabal invasion, 5.5 months out, there's not a ton to go off of.
Activision will release later today the first proper trailer for Destiny 2, however it appears that a Spanish retailer has revealed the first details for this new Destiny game.
Finally, the box art below definitively confirms that Destiny 2 will launch on PC, too.
What's worse is that there's a lot of hope and desire resting on the shoulders of Destiny 2, as many players have flooded the forums with ideas for years now about what they want to see. Even before Destiny was released, Activision talked about their $500 million investment into building a long-lasting franchise, and the continuous expansions proved that it was a force on PS4 and Xbox One. At launch, PlayStation gamers will also receive access to timed exclusive content for Destiny 2.
The official reveal (CGI) trailer is now live. This is a new beginning for every player. There's also the Limited Deluxe Edition, which includes the game, expansions, and in-game items such as a legendary sword, emote, and a Cabal-themed emblem. However, Destiny 2 takes the fight off Earth and sends players to new, uncharted worlds in the solar system.