Destiny 2 has long been rumored for a release next year. Since the original game was exclusive to the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One; PC users never had a chance to try it out.
This appears to change with the release of the potential sequel to Destiny in 2017, which will be released on the PS4 and Xbox One in addition to PC. Since the sequel will see a release on less platforms compared to the original, it shouldn’t be surprising to see another platform added to it, which is PC in this case.
The developers that have been listed as working on the sequel include High Moon Studios and Vicarious Vision, the later of which is working on the potential PC version.
Destiny 2 is also rumored to have added matchmaking for raids. This might sound like a rather useless addition but it has potential to alleviate some of the issues that fans have with the way raids are executed in the game.
These new rumors have originated from gaming forum NeoGAF and have been backed by Kotaku writer Jason Schreier, who is well known for his connections inside the developer of Destiny, Bungie.
Destiny has just received its latest story expansion called Rise of Iron. This expansion adds a new raid, strikes and story missions to the base game and it is also considered as the last expansion before the release of the upcoming sequel.