The teaser in question features actor Nathan Fillion-or rather, his voice as his character, Cayde-6, from the first Destiny game. Here's everything you need to know.
Lately, trailers are becoming just as important as the actual thing, so the trend is to issue a "teaser" to announce the trailer for something big approaching. It's all in CG and has a tinge of humor to it, with Cayde-6 telling a story about an attack. The trailer seems like a good sign that Bungie is looking to correct both those issues and embracing the sci-fi wackiness with open arms in the upcoming sequel.
The trailer also confirms Destiny 2 will continue offering timed-exclusive content on PlayStation 4, with a year's access ahead of other platforms.
Destiny 2 reveal trailer - Where can I watch it?
In the past, "Destiny 2" had been rumored to have a potential PC release. We won't see yearly releases like Call of Duty or Battlefield. You'll be able to catch it through the Destiny Twitter, Youtube and Facebook accounts as per usual.
Manitowoc County 50th in state health ratings
It's drug overdose death rate is six per 100,000 people; the highest rate in the state is 18 per 100,000 in Scott County. The five healthiest counties, starting with the most healthy, are Jefferson, Putnam, Monongalia, Upshur and Marshall.
Destiny 2 still does not have an exact release date, but it is planned to arrive within this year. The leaked poster indicated a September 8, 2017 release for the upcoming game. We have compiled everything we know about the game, we have also included some rumors, and speculations going on right now.
Earlier this morning, Bungie released a new Destiny 2 teaser trailer, which was full of plenty of hints about the future of the series.
We'll see more from Destiny 2 when its official reveal trailer arrives - it's scheduled for Thursday, 30th March at 6pm United Kingdom time. So while we were wary of their veracity at the time, the similarity and proximity between the two reveals are practically begging for our consideration.
This information does not come as a surprise, since game publisher Activision had an agreement with Sony back in 2014 to release the game exclusively on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 consoles for a certain period.