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Bungie's 'Destiny 2' Gets Into Serious Exposure After Image Leaks, Sequel Confirms To Come This Year


Bungie's upcoming space adventure game "Destiny 2" is getting too much attention. A rumor mill has just started, but this time it's quite different. It now involves something new and intriguing. A toy company has recently unveiled an image of its upcoming Destiny Mega Construx set, fuelling the rumor mill that "Destiny 2" is now on its way.

The News About The Destiny Construction Block Toy

According to GameRadar, the news broke out after a toy manufacturer revealed a product listing that potentially leaked some details about the upcoming space adventure "Destiny 2." Mega Bloks, the toy manufacturer behind the highly controversial construction block toys, has released to the mainstream a promotional a yet-to-be-announced Destiny Mega Construx set.

The Destiny teaser image has been posted on the company's official Twitter account, suggesting that the image is legitimate. The Mega Contrux sets are aimed at an older audience looking to boost their stockpile of collectible items, however, Destiny fans have picked up on a few details about that item that have quickly sparked up the "Destiny 2" rumor mill.

Destiny 2 Most Likely Release Date And Place

According to Tech Radar, the upcoming "Destiny 2" was initially set for release in 2016 but was pushed back later due to some unexplained tech issues. The game is expected to release sometime in 2017, possibly in the third quarter of 2017 at a price point of $59.99.

Additionally, "Destiny 2" will also make available for a PC version, the report was backed by the gaming site Kotaku, which was able to quote sources familiar with the game.

However, there still no official statement about this story, but the news about PC version has already been confirmed by several insiders who has knowledge about the game.

Finally, Destiny fans might learn more about "Destiny 2" at this year's E3 event in June. The game developer, Bungie, has been known in the gaming circle for being a great fan of the big E3 event, so Destiny fans might expect more gaming news this coming June, including the latest updates about "Destiny 2."

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