Bungie Reveals Special Destiny 2 Events For E3

Destiny 2 is coming out September 8th, and a lot of fans are hyped for it. Just recently, the official gameplay trailer for the upcoming shooter/RPG was revealed, which...
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Destiny 2 is coming out September 8th, and a lot of fans are hyped for it. Just recently, the official gameplay trailer for the upcoming shooter/RPG was revealed, which made fans even more hyped. On top of that, Destiny 2 will be the first time this series has been on PC, adding more chances for players to get involved in it. Bungie is making sure to keep fans updated on what’s happening, and their latest update on Reddit revealed some very interesting things.

The Bungie team is getting ready for E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, and they’re bringing Destiny 2 with them. But in a fun twist, there’s going to be a “journey” that fans can participate in that’ll lead them to stations where they can play Destiny 2 on the show floor. They will be teased by Bungie when the show begins, so stay tuned for clues.

As for what will be shown, there will be three different things you can play. First is Homecoming, which is the first mission in Destiny 2. You’ll fight off the Red Legion of the Cabal Empire to protect your homeland. Then, you can go into Countdown, which will take you to the Crucible for the first of Destiny 2’s Attack-And-Defend Mode, where one team will try and destroy a set of targets while the other side will try and defend them at all costs. Finally, there’s the Inverted Spire, where you’ll get to team up with two other Guardians to try and take down a three-phase Strike Boss–if you can make it that far

These three demos will be the debut of the Arcstrider Hunter class for Destiny 2. Bungie hopes that a lot of players do the demo so that they can know not only what this sequel is like, but how they’ll build their own Guardians when the game releases on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

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