Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
Science | By Hubert Green

Destiny 2 Gameplay Trailer PC Version On Blizzard Client


Following their livestream debut of the first look at gameplay from the upcoming title (watch the full replay here), Bungie and Activision have revealed the full Destiny 2 gameplay reveal trailer! Fortunately, the company has garnered a lot of trust from PC players.

Destiny 2 was announced last month for Windows PC, PS4 and Xbox One, with Bungie suggesting that female characters would be playable and both female and non-white NPCs would play a a major role in the game's story.

New Director - Your guide throughout Destiny 2 in your search for Adventures, Lost Sectors, new Public Events, and more. The example given during the event was that if you want to check out the new Raid, but don't have a group of six friends, then you could hop into a Guided Game with a group of folks from a clan that's willing to help players through.

The clan system has been overhauled. However, this isn't something hardcore Destiny players will mind.

Bungie will maintain Destiny 2's servers; Blizzard's servers will be used for features related to the Blizzard platform, such as login and social functionality. Its effect could be compared to the current game's Weapons of Light ability from the Titan, but without a bubble that prevents you from shooting out.

Playing in a clan will contribute to its overall progress. Few expected to see it on Blizzard's Battle.net platform. Destiny 2's online co-op and loot-driven structure fit well with Blizzard's library of games. Battle.net was recently rebranded as the Blizzard App, right? So much for that rebranding.

Where the first Destiny had Dinklebot (Peter Dinklage) lazily taking center-stage, Destiny 2 is putting the focus on the leaders of the Guardians in Destiny 2. The answer? Via the Destiny website, according to Bungie.

Every (team) mode is 4v4 now instead of 6v6.

The Crucible is also getting a new mode called Countdown which will feature capture-and-defend gameplay. From what was shown today, it appears that Destiny 2 will have something for everyone. You're going to care this time around.

Speaking of the Cabal, in Destiny 2, they will be your main adversary.

Also, those Kabal meanies blow up the Tower, which served as the main player hub in Destiny. So this means that you won't see your Guardian during the HQ CGI sequences. Players can pick a landing zone, explore, and seamlessly jump into other activities in game. Because nothing is more souring to a game launch than a PC version that performs poorly and is borderline unplayable at launch. The whole idea kind of goes hand in hand with making making Destiny 2 a true sequel and not just an add on.

Above: I wouldn't mind exploring that place. There is something for nearly every type of gamer in Destiny 2, including gameplay for solo, cooperative and competitive players set within a vast, evolving and exciting universe.

Above: I prefer the Mid Afternoon Blade. "Aside from potentially evaluating needs or opportunities for future Activision games, we don't have any short or long-term plans to support third-party games with Battle.net". But each is getting a new supermove.

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