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Launching September 4, 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC Destiny 2: Forsaken is the first major expansion coming to the game from Bungie and High Moon Studios. It will feature two brand-new solar system destinations to explore, new weapons and armour, plus new Supers for Guardians. And a new co-operative and competitive endgame activity. Trailer after the jump.

Well, more deep dive than trailer as it gives a good look at some of the new stuff coming and fundamental changes too - with references to the original Destiny throughout.

The new mode, called Gambit is a hybrid 4v4 battle with both PvE and PvP flourishes. Described as an entirely new way to play Destiny 2, it's looking to bridge the gap between fans of both styles.

“Since the launch of the Destiny franchise, we have always strived to create innovative experiences that will challenge and reward different kinds of players and ensure their beloved pastime is rewarding,” said Scott Taylor, Project Lead at Bungie. He added, “We can’t wait to share Forsaken’s new Gambit mode with our fans and offer them a new way to play that can be enjoyed competitively and cooperatively.”

“With an absorbing new story, created by High Moon Studios in partnership with Bungie, Destiny 2: Forsaken offers core players an epic experience, and offers a compelling entry point for new players,” Byron Beede, Executive Vice President and General Manager for Destiny at Activision. “I’m looking forward to watching players get their hands on some of the most requested features requested by the dedicated Destiny 2 community.”

Of course, there's also a new raid coming. Destiny 2: Forsaken will be available at a suggested retail price of $59.95 AUD.

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