Check out the Destiny 2 gameplay trailer

On top of the various new locales, "end boss", Raid and Strikes, Destiny 2 Crucible games will all be played as 4v4 versus the varying number of players in the first title. Players will fight aboard and against the Red Legion's fleet of ships and its seemingly innumerous armies, but they're not alone.

Bungie revealed a little of the story campaign as well, as the first mission was shown via trailer and on the showroom floor.

To further get some answers on the matter, Video Game Awards host Geoff Keighley took to Twitter, indicating that the PC version of Destiny 2 could come at a later time as well. Guided Games allow solo players to find clans now taking part in an activity that need an extra player, and lets the solo player fill that slot. However, you'll be limited to a set number of revives per round, meaning you'll no longer be able to revive teammates endlessly.

Unlike the first version, Bungie plans on making it much more of a social activity. You had to pay even more money.

During the live stream it was revealed that Destiny 2 will feature brand new Exotic weapons and armour, as well as new subclasses.

There will be three new sub-classes: Dawnblade for Warlocks, who can use a flaming sword that shoots projectiles; Sentinel for Titans, who have a Captain America style shield; and Arcstrider for Hunters, who can summon a staff. We've heard that across the board, so we have looked at our tech and tried to figure out "okay, where can we optimize, how can we reduce that".

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"Destiny 2" was finally presented yesterday. "There's stuff that's going to be different than Destiny 1, and so returning players might think that they've got it all figured out, but some things have turned on their head".

But the most glaring part of the story is the rumor about the PS4 exclusive content.