Last year Activision announced plans to release one in 2017, reiterated them during a recent investors' call and earlier this month Bungie began referring to the current game as "Destiny 1".
The first Destiny game was criticized for its overly serious tone and confusing story (that is, when the plot existed at all).
The new teaser trailer also features the Cabal, who have been reported as the main bad guys for the Destiny sequel in the past. Still, the trailer managed to make itself interestingly fun to watch like one of those slight over a minute commercial on United States television that people just don't get exhausted of easily. We'll likely find out whether or not this is true when the game is revealed tomorrow. Hopefully this time we'll get to explore the ruins of the Last City and have more freedom rather than being confined to the tower.
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It's previously been stated by Activision officials that the game is designed to increase the franchise's "global reach", and to build upon the foundations of what Destiny created. It has released the new teaser trailer for "Destiny 2" two days after the unveiling of its official logo. We still don't have a release date or more information on the game, but we know it's coming. While Activision and Bungie have alerted fans that a sequel to their Destiny IP will be launching in the near future, we are still left with plenty of questions.
We've known Bungie was planning a direct sequel to Destiny for several years now. And it looks like Destiny fans on Xbox may never get it. While the originally Destiny had exclusive PlayStation content that wasn't available on other platforms until the exclusivity period expired, the upcoming sequel appears to have similar deal in place.
"The cornerstone of that is a great cinematic story that's been a real focus with a great cast of memorable, relatable characters, coupled with some very nice ways to make the game more accessible to a casual player".
The original Destiny had garnered quite a large amount of hype in 2014 just before its release, but was then slammed by critics and players alike for a lack of content.