BEACON TRANSCRIPT – If you thought that the Destiny series will end with one stand-alone, a handful of DLCs and a soon-to-be-released expansion, then you’re in for quite a shock. Activision Blizzard confirms Destiny 2 for 2017, along with Skylanders and a new Call of Duty game.
Everybody is keeping close tabs on the two companies, especially when there are so many rumors concerning a sequel to the popular online multiplayer shooter. According to the latest ones, a court order document managed to grant the fans an insight regarding Activision and Bungie’s future plan.
The document clearly stated a couple of things about Bungie’s plans, and, to our surprise, the launch dates of Destiny’s sequels. Moreover, there the document contains another section which mainly outlines the company’s achievement in the fiscal year 2015.
Although the document is practically riddled with legal and financial terms, it reveals something quite unexpected. It would seem that the two companies are planning to release a full expansion pack for the game somewhere in 2016 and a sequel in 2017.
This can only construe as good news since the two companies recently stated that they will refrain from making any moves towards creating a sequel to the game. Moreover, Bungie also declared that in the future the company will mainly focus on live events and micro transactions. But the court documents says otherwise.
Activision Blizzard confirms Destiny 2 for 2017, and everyone is hyped to see how the plot will continue. In 2015, the two companies released an expansion pack for the game called “The Taken King”, which, according to an online report, it was well received by the fans of the online franchise.
As to the sequel itself, we can only speculate. But given the fact that the game has been in development for the past three years, we can say for a fact that it will be a breath-taking. These being said, we have yet another reason to join the fight against the off-worlders in order to become the ultimate Guardians of Earth.
Since it was first released, Destiny attracted over 25 million gamers, which amassed 3 billion hours of gameplay.
Now, we shouldn’t break out the beer in order to celebrate because Activision Blizzard is quite renowned for its awful manner of delaying games. However, the end product should be something worthy of the 2015 expansion.
According to multiple reviews, it would seem that Activision and Bungie really manage to patch up the game with its latest expansion, learning from their former mistakes, so to speak. We will try to update you on the matter as soon as possible.