Published: Tue, June 13, 2017
Sci-tech | By Jackie Newman

Sony teases its PS4-exclusive Destiny 2 strike Lake of Shadows

Sony teases its PS4-exclusive Destiny 2 strike Lake of Shadows

This was first seen in the Destiny 2 gameplay trailer at Sony's E3 2017 conference and was confirmed by Destiny Game Director Luke Smith on Twitter. That's partly because the PC version of the game is lagging behind the console version and it will actually release on 24th October, while console gamers can get a hold of the game on 6th September.

Destiny 2 will get a beta this summer.

"Months of speculations and rumors can now finally be put to rest as Activision has announced details regarding the release dates and beta test dates for its highly anticipated title, "#Destiny 2".

The Destiny 2 beta begins on July 18 for the PS4 and Xbox One.

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After these dates, anyone on consoles will be able to access the beta period starting at 21 July at 10.00 am PDT (or 22 July at 3.00 am AEST).

The original Destiny 1 beta boasted a lot of playable content, launched in July and lasted a good ten days.

Specifically, PlayStation 4 players will get a timed exclusive until at least fall 2018 - or roughly. Activision replied: "NO". This one-word reply gave birth to a new speculation among the Destiny community (a pretty wild one): Destiny 2 is releasing on September 6 for PlayStation 4, and on September 8 to other platforms.

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