'Destiny 2' Update: Pre-load Date for the Sequel Revealed; No New Classes Added in the Game?

By Miguel Paolo Togonon, | June 27, 2017

Players who pre-order the game will get the planned "Destiny 2" beta. (YouTube)

Players who pre-order the game will get the planned "Destiny 2" beta. (YouTube)

The latest details for "Destiny 2" will feature a pre-load date and the reasons for no new classes in the sequel.

It seems that Bungie revealed new game updates for "Destiny 2" as PS4 owners are celebrating a presumed pre-load date for the sequel, which will prepare them for instant access ahead of its official release date.

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PS4 users will notice that a new toggle has been added to the "Destiny 2" page that mentions an auto download on in Sept. 3. While it could be debated that it could be an arbitrary date, most gaming fans figure this is when the game will be available for pre-load, at least on PS4 console.

Pre-loading is a download digital purchases to a console’s hard drive so they can be played the second the game launches and eliminates the bottleneck of everyone downloading a file at the same time.

For now, Xbox users have not yet received any pre-loads, but it will not be long for Bungie or Microsoft to make an announcement regarding pre-loading in the sequel, Gamerant reported.

In other news, Bungie explained their reasons why "Destiny 2" will not introduce new character classes.

The game's executive producer David Allen told Metro that he and development team at Bungie wanted to expand what they have already made into "Destiny 2." Allen added that they added several new features for the Titan, Hunter and Warlock classes to make "Destiny 2" more interesting to the fans.

Previous reports teased that Bungie will likely not add Cryptarch in "Destiny 2," not to mention that there will be no gun recoil for the PC version due to how unsatisfying they may feel with a mouse and keyboard control scheme.

There are also "Destiny 2" exclusive emblems that players may earn in from the first game after reaching a specific mile stone. There are seven veteran emblems on offer in the sequel, but not every player will be able to earn all of them.

"Destiny 2" is set to launch on Sept. 6 for the PS4 and Xbox One, while the PC version will be release on Oct. 24.

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