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Posted March 29, 2017

If the lone image we have is anything to by, Destiny 2 will partially take place on a ruined version of the The Last City from the first game.

The confirmation comes in a lone tweet from the Destiny Twitter account, updating their avatar to the Destiny 2 logo.

We now also have Destiny 2 hysteria on the verge of causing havoc, with a single teaser image flaming plenty of fan theory, before today's leaks-with-release-of-logo/">teaser trailer prepared us for the ultimate reveal later this week.

Bungie's first-person shooter game Destiny may have experienced some rough ride this year, but the popular space adventure game eventually ended up living up to the promise. But with the first game's final event beginning this week, it's probably safe to assume we'll be hearing a lot more about Destiny 2 in the near future.

Destiny 2 is rumored to arrive this Fall, potentially September 8, 2017! It also presents a very different, more humorous tone than the original Destiny had when it was announced. The original title wasn't released for PC but there have been rumors that this one may arrive on PC. It showed the logo with the backdrop of the burning city. However, it is expected that both Activision and Bungie are planning to expand the demand of the franchise. Still, additional information on Destiny 2 remains incredibly scarce.

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Bungie and Activision want you to know that Destiny 2 is on its way.

Update: It looks like PlayStation 4 owners will once again get timed-exclusive access to content in Destiny 2. 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.

There are also a handful of unconfirmed claims being taken as gospel by large swathes of the Destiny fandom.

So far, the leaks have suggested that Bungie is looking to make sure Destiny 2 feels like a proper sequel, "even if that means leaving old planets, characters, and activities behind", or so states the Kotaku report.