Only a day after formally announcing Destiny 2, Bungie is back with an artistic trailer. And keeping in mind that the trailer doesn’t show any new gameplay points of interest for the up and coming shooter or any data whatsoever with respect to discharge date or stages, it hints that the spin-off could at long last be conveying something new to the establishment: a comical inclination.
The mystery highlights Cayde-6, entertaining the group of onlookers of enterprises that included, in his own particular words “a considerable measure of shooting,” while at the same time nursing a drink at a bar. The camera then works out to demonstrate that Cayde-6 is really engaging in what gives off an impression of being the vestiges of the Last City (an imperative Destiny area) before running once more into the battle.Also check out the confirmation of Witcher 4.
Destiny 2 – Story:
THE SEQUEL COULD FINALLY BE BRINGING SOMETHING NEW TO THE FRANCHISE: A SENSE OF HUMOR
The main Destiny amusement was reprimanded for its excessively genuine tone and befuddling story (that is, the point at which the plot existed by any means). The trailer appears like a decent sign that Bungie is hoping to rectify both those issues and grasping the science fiction wackiness with open arms in the up and coming spin-off.
Moreover, a PlayStation channel adaptation of the video affirmed that, similar to the first diversion, Destiny 2 will include PS4 restrictive substance that will be bolted to Sony’s support until at any rate fall 2018. More data itemizing precisely what substance will be PlayStation-elite ought to come “later this mid-year.”
Fans won’t have too long to sit tight for further points of interest on Destiny 2, either, with Bungie set to completely take the wraps off the up and coming title in an overall uncover trailer on March 30th at 1PM EST.