Destiny 2 will cease from September 2016

Jan

24

2016

Destiny 2 will cease from September 2016. That date was mentioned in leaked roadmaps and contracts. Executives at developer Bungie last week would have scrapped the scheduled date. A new date for the developer to establish itself, there is not.

The decision is made ​​by anonymous sources of gaming news site Kotaku, who would be familiar with the state of affairs at Bungie. The date was known from among others the contract between developer Bungie and publisher Activision. The ten-year plan in the contract turned out no longer accurate; The game missed its first scheduled release date in 2013 and finally ended in 2014 already available on the market. Nevertheless, it appears from the statements of the Kotaku sources that the planned release date of Destiny 2 in the fall of 2016 just, until last week, remained.

To provide players with the game still a regular supply of new content is the live team at Bungie asked to enter the next year with content updates. This team is responsible for the minor updates between new Destiny games and large TLC packages. An example of the work of the live team is Valentine’s Day event called Crimson Days. The team is working on a major content update that should come out in the coming months. Further plans does the developer is not officially announced yet. Bungie itself did not comment.

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