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Bungie Getting Ready For 'Destiny 2' Gameplay Reveal, But Fans Already Have Some Idea About The Big Changes

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Bungie's upcoming "Destiny 2" gameplay reveal is just a few hours away. Fans are getting ready now for one of the much-awaited events of the year. Some have already made some speculations about what to expect from the big "Destiny 2" reveal day.

According to GameZone, a NeoGAF user who goes by the name of ThatsMytrunks has started the latest rumor on the thread, focusing mainly on the big "Destiny 2" gameplay reveal event this week. The latest "Destiny 2" rumor suggest that the PS4 and PC version of the new shooter game might include some sort of cross-saving feature.

However, Microsoft hasn't made this cross-saving feature available yet for their Xbox One gaming console. Other speculated that the new game will be optimized for the PS4 Pro, the Xbox Project Scorpio, and even Sony's next-gen gaming console.

But the most glaring part of the story is the rumor about the PS4 exclusive content. Originally, Bungie supported "Destiny" on PS3 and Xbox 360 until August 2016. After the expiration date, Bungie will discontinue support for these aging gaming consoles and make the jump to another new console.

Bungie is said to do the same thing with its upcoming first-person shooter game "Destiny 2." First, it will release the game on current gaming consoles, then try to make a jump to the next gaming console and also release a new Destiny game a year after that.

in addition to the PS4-exclusive content and cross-saving feature, weapon customization is another big addition that fans are expecting to see in the next shooter game. Bungie is said to be keen on adding a whole new kind of gaming experience, which includes new weapon or an option for weapon customization. Similar to the other popular shooter games like "The Division" and "Ghost Recon Wildlands," which feature some kind of a mod/attachment system.

Other are expecting a separate PvP and PvE in the new shooter game. The idea is to provide a more engaging game, allowing both sides enjoy "Destiny 2" with experiencing any issues.

in other gaming-related news, Bungie is expected to get "Destiny 2" on Steam, despite previous news that Bungie might release their own proprietary digital distribution platform. Additionally, there are also rumors that "Destiny 2" will get its first DLC expansion by the end of this year and its second DLC expansion in early 2018.

Bungie's next multiplayer first-person shooter game "Destiny 2" is scheduled for release this coming September 8 on PS4, PC, and Xbox One.

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