That’s Cayde’s plan, anyway, but it’s okay because, like, classic Cayde. For everybody else, though, it’s guns and space magic and business as usual, as the next generation of Guardians gets ready to conquer Ghaul. Get it? Because Ghaul is a Cabal boss, and the Cabal are like the Romans, and the Romans conquered Gaul. It’s a bad joke, and it doesn’t even make much sense, and I’m sorry.
Dropped last night, the game’s launch trailer features (almost?) entirely new gameplay and cinematics from Destiny 2, including what happened to The Speaker (… sort of), and probably includes more coherent narrative content than the whole first game.
Destiny 2 is out on Xbox One and PS4 on 6 September, and on PC on 24 October. A beta for the PC version goes live next week on 29 August, but in the meantime, here’s 10 things you totally should know about the game.