Report: Destiny 2 Rebooted Due to Staff Reorganization
A new report has emerged that suggests that Destiny 2 have been rebooted, and the report further claims that there has been a staff reorganization at Bungie and the Taken King director, Luke Smith, is now leading the development on the project.
The report comes from Kotaku, “Destiny 2 rebooted” was mentioned along with the rumor of Destiny’s next expansion Rise Of Iron. The poster for this new expansion was leaked on Reddit, according to the leak, this expansion will be officially announced at E3 and will release in September.
Destiny 2 was officially announced back in February during the Activision’s annual investors conference. No further details were revealed by Activision, but the publisher has stated that it is going to be a full game sequel scheduled to release in 2017.
Fans will not have to wait long for more destiny content, as the rumored Rise Of Iron expansion will release later this year. Activision has already said that this year’s expansion pack will be large in scope. This might suggest that Rise Of Iron will be on par with the Taken King.
According to the report, Rise Of Iron will feature new raids which are speculated to be themed around fallen. The raid is speculated to be loosely based on the raid that was cut from House Of Wolves.
There is a high probability that Destiny 2 will be delayed further from 2017 but fingers crossed, let’s see if Bungie can deliver a large expansion and a full-game in span of year.
Destiny is a online only first person shooter developed by Bungie. The game was released on September 9 2014 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 and thus far three expansions The Dark Below, House of Wolves, and The Taken King have been released for the game.