Activision has announced during its latest quarterly earnings call that it expects Destiny 2 to be out sometime in 2017. Before the sequel comes out, another huge expansion for the original will be out in 2016.
BusinessWire posted all of the official details about Activision Blizzard’s earnings for the latest quarter. An interesting post in the report talks about the company’s plans for the Destiny franchise in the near future and it’s exciting news for fans of the series.
It said: “Activision Publishing, along with its partners at Bungie, expects to bring a large new expansion to Destiny in 2016 and to release a full game sequel in 2017.”. This means Destiny 2 is not too far off from being released if no delays happen.
Activision and Bungie already released The Taken King expansion last year and it appears another add-on is scheduled for a 2016 release date. It’s possible it will be out this September as that month has been successful for the company in the past.
Destiny 2 is expected to be bigger and better as some people criticized the vanilla version of Destiny for its lackluster story and more. It’s good to know there will be a three year gap between the first game and the sequel as longer development time usually means it will have more content.