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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:03pm 25/01/16 | 0 Comments
That is, for a game that hasn't officially been announced yet but we can safely assume is on its way. And according to just about every word on the game, Destiny 2 was slated for a September 2016 release this year. Now, according to a report on Kotaku word from people within Bungie is that the planned release for Destiny 2 has been pushed back. And thanks to a long, protracted, and difficult development cycle the future of the franchise is a bit of a mystery.

Mainly due to earlier reports that highlighted Bungie's inability to create successful development tools for the title, leading to a number of new features and locations being pushed back to later DLC releases or removed entirely. In fact, it's also rumoured that content from The Taken King was pushed back to Destiny 2. With no Destiny 2 later this year, and no word on any new substantial content for the franchise planned for this year here's hoping Bungie is able to please its many fans who've invested heavily into the Destiny brand.




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