There is still some time for Destiny 2 to arrive on PS4 and Xbox One, specifically on September 6, however as the release date approaches, information about the new title of Bungie increases and as such, some details have been revealed on the changes that will be there for this new title.
There is also new information regarding the work that the studio did after learning with Destiny. Recently Luke Smith, director of Destiny 2, revealed to the official magazine of PlayStation some details about the title.
In the last issue of the Official PlayStation Magazine UK, Destiny 2 Director, Luke Smith, revealed that in qualitative and quantitative terms the game represents the greatest work that Bungie has done to date since at all times it was aimed at generating a potential of replayability that maintains the interest of the players and motivates them to explore all the worlds that will be in the game.
At the same time, Smith revealed that Destiny 2 will have new missions called Lost Sectors in which it will seek to integrate the new users in the mechanics of the title and its history while for advanced players it will offer new challenges.
Along with this information, the creative has also reported that there will be treasure hunts that will involve special portions of the map.
Destiny 2 will arrive on September 6 on PS4 and Xbox One, the PC version will arrive on October 24.