According to sources at Kotaku
, and a post over at NeoGAF
, word is that the currently very mysterious Destiny 2 will be getting a PC release -- in addition to the Xbox One and PS4 versions sometime late next year. Which would be a good move on Bungie's part, as the game would most certainly thrive as a PC title. The rumours don't stop there though as another Activision studio has also been revealed to be working on the game, plus details on how different it will be.
The studio in question is Vicarious Visions, who are said to be helping out with development. And speaking of Destiny 2, as opposed to the recently released Rise of Iron expansion, word is that it will be very different to the original. So much so that characters, locations, planets, and other stuff won't carry over. In their place will be bigger and more diverse locations to explore. Planets and open areas with towns, outposts, NPCs, and more. Sources have pointed to the difference between Diablo and Diablo II. Which makes sense as the original Diablo was very basic in how it structured progression from a singular location like Destiny.
No matter what your stance on the original and its staying power, Destiny is one of the biggest console games this generation. So the prospect of Destiny 2 is an important milestone for the franchise. And something that according to these reports, will be substantially more impressive the second time around.