Release: September 6
Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Gamers have long had a love and hate relationship with Destiny. The original promised on so much but failed to deliver in its first year, going on to gradually stack meat on the bare bones experience over the course of a few substantial expansions. Destiny 2 doesn’t reinvent the wheel, but it looks set to make amends for the original’s lack of story and personality at the very least.
Brodie said: “Having spent hundreds of hundreds with the first game, I’m so excited to jump back in. There’s plenty of story to be told, new strikes and, of course, a new raid is on the horizon. The ship of “Destiny” managed to course correct in its second and third years, so if this is a continuation of that upward trend then goodbye to another 600 of my hours.”