Destiny 2: Lightfall is set to release on the last day of February 2023 for the current-gen consoles (PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S), PC, and Google Stadia. Bungie is both the developer and the publisher of the upcoming game, and there are plenty of reasons for the fans to be optimistic.
In Destiny 2, players embark on an epic journey to the distant planet of Neptune. Once there, they will discover a vibrant and bustling metropolis unlike anything they have ever experienced before in the game. They will have the opportunity to encounter the Cloud Striders, a technologically advanced and highly skilled group of inhabitants of this neon city, and join them in their fight against the formidable Shadow Legion. Together, players will work to protect the city of Neomuna from destruction and ensure its continued prosperity.
Feel free to watch the new Neomuna Environment trailer for Destiny 2 that recently came out:
You already have the chance to pre-purchase the game via Steam for 49.99 euros if you’re interested in the standard version. At the same time, if you’re aiming for the base game + the Annual Pass, you’ll need to pay 99.99 euros.
Destiny 2 will require a pretty big chunk of storage space, as you’ll need to have at least 105GB free.
Bungie Inc. is an American game developer based in Bellevue, Washington. The company was founded in 1991 by former Microsoft employees Jason Jones and Alex Seropian, and it is best known for creating the Halo franchise for Microsoft’s Xbox console. In 2007, Bungie split from Microsoft and became an independent company, but it continues to develop games for the Xbox and other platforms. In 2010, the company received funding from venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins and in 2018, Chinese gaming giant NetEase invested for a minority stake in the company.