Are you wondering what exactly Destiny 2 is? Well, Activision has released a trailer that answers that very question. Additionally, we now know the Destiny 2 file size. It’ll require a base install of 30.87GB. Bungie recommends 68GB of free space, though, so that could mean a very sizable day one update for the first-person shooter.
Check out the aptly named “What is Destiny 2?” trailer below:
For even more coverage of Bungie’s first-person shooter, check out Chandler Wood’s excellent Destiny 2 EDZ exploration preview. Here’s a snippet of what he had to say:
Coming from a longtime Destiny fan, it’s exciting to have the opportunity to explore a new world, to be in an environment that I didn’t know like the back of my hand. Things to do are plentiful, and it’s entirely possible to be doing an adventure while a patrol is active and have a public event spawn in next to the entrance to a Lost Sector. That’s not even considering there may be a high value target nearby, along with chests littered about the world. And after you complete all that? Return to Devrim Kay and feel rewarded for a patrol well done.
My time in the EDZ didn’t even take the endgame of Destiny 2 into account, and already I want to get back to just running around that world. If there’s that much to do before reaching the end, the possibilities that lie in store to perpetuate Destiny 2’s endgame loop seem monumental. If you want to get a better look at the EDZ, I’ve got 45 minutes of gameplay that goes through everything I just talked about, and might show off a few Easter eggs for some keen eyed Guardians willing to look.
Destiny 2 launches September 6 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.