For those who don’t mind getting spoiled, Destiny 2 is currently available to watch.
Bungie’s Destiny 2 is yet to release for a number of countries but thanks to the rolling worldwide launch, it’s currently available in places like Australia and New Zealand. Many streamers have acquired access to the latter’s servers and are already streaming the game. If you’re really eager to see the game in action, then head here. Beware of spoilers of course.
Destiny 2 begins with the Tower besieged by the Cabal’s Red Legion lead by Ghaul, who captures the Traveler and strips the Guardians of their Light. The Tower remains in shambles, the player is left for dead and they seemingly have to work their way up to regaining their powers.
The game features four new zones with Io, Nessus, European Dead Zone and Titan. Along with new story missions, players can look forward to new activities like exploring Lost Sectors, completing Public Events, embarking on Adventures and much more.
Destiny 2 is officially out at 9 PM PDT, September 5th/12 AM EDT, September 6th on Xbox One and PS4. The PC version goes live on October 24th.