Bungie and Activision Publishing, are keeping their promise and today, after months of feeling like being a in a desert, Destiny 2 is finally live. The release of the sequel started early with folks from Australia and New Zealand having the first tickets to ride the new Destiny adventure, while every other region had to wait (as we are right now) for 12 o’clock to hit so they can enter and experience the game.

The game started with a good blast with its Beta, which has been confirmed by Bungie and Activision Publishing to be the best and largest they have had in history, and after receiving nearly 70 global awards and nominations to date, including industry behemoths “Best Multiplayer Game and Best Social/Online Game from Gamescom award 2017”, and “Best PC Game – Game Critics Awards: Best of E3 2017,” the stage is set for Destiny 2, the sequel to the internationally acclaimed Destiny, to be one of the biggest launches of the year. Obviously, not everyone is happy right now, as the “Master Race” will have to wait for more than one month until October 24 to play for first time on PC via Battle.net®, Blizzard Entertainment’s online gaming service.

In the story of Destiny 2, the last safe city on Earth has fallen and lay in ruins, occupied by a powerful new army.  You must master new abilities and weapons to reunite the city’s forces, stand together with fellow guardians and fight back to reclaim what is left of your home. In Destiny 2, you will create your Guardian, and go to soar through incredible cinematics, a rich story campaign, venture into the expansive destinations to join in cooperative modes including Strike missions. You can also explore and complete Quests, Adventures and Patrols, or uncover Lost Sectors and Treasure Chests, while rallying with other Guardians to dominate Public and Heroic Events, Flash Points, and more.

For players who need more peer to peer action, Destiny 2 offers intense 4v4 multiplayer matches in ‘The Crucible’. Additionally, the fan-favorite endgame gameplay experience, the 6-player Raid, will go live for players at 10 a.m. PDT on Sept. 13. An all-new, community-oriented feature to be implemented in Destiny 2 rolling out shortly after launch is the ‘Guided Games’ system to help players find like-minded groups to experience some of Destiny 2’s most challenging activities.

Destiny 2 is currently rated T for Teen by the ESRB and is available at a suggested retail price of $59.99.

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