Destiny 2 has gone official with a teaser image

It's official, Bungie is working on Destiny 2, however, doubts invade the fans, as the studio continues to keep the details to minimum. Although these pages have since been removed from the site, a glimpse of the site's cached version suggests that announcements about the highly-anticipated video game could arrive soon. Content had started to slow down from Bungie, as Activision started to wind down the tail of the semi-MMO gameplay structure.

"Full Destiny sequel in 2017 to broaden the franchise's global reach, which along with follow-on content plans, sets the stage for growth", reads the company's earnings report. Bungie and Activision officially announced the sequel earlier this week, revealing the game's official name and logo. This leak prepared fans about the announcement of the game. It looked pretty convincing at the time, but now the design matches up with the official logo, it's quite reasonable to assume September is indeed the official release date.

In the past, "Destiny 2" had been rumored to have a potential PC release. For example, Xbox players won't get the exclusive Destiny: Rise of Iron content until at least Fall 2017. "The Taken King was a reboot for Destiny 1 to fix small things". This month, Bungie is readying something big. That revelation comes via a tacked-on stinger to today's Destiny 2 teaser via the PlayStation YouTube channel. This after spy shots of the game's poster made rounds online just recently that made its player base come up to an assumption that the game sequel is just around the corner. "Specifically, the class, race, gender, face, hair and marking selections for all the characters that have achieved Level 20 and completed the Black Garden story mission will carry forward". Those are business details that we'll likely never know, but it's certainly feasible that Sony jumped at the chance to wrap up as much of Bungie's newest shooter as it possibly could.