The future of Destiny 2 will be uncovered at the gates of Gamescom 2021, on the same day that Xbox will present some of its projects. In the case of the Bungie title, the creators of Halo will focus their streaming broadcast on The witch queen, the long-awaited expansion of the multiplayer shooter. In addition, they promise more content, which will be uncovered this August 24. The developer has also shared an unpublished trailer, which you can see below these lines.
The streaming presentation will have a preview, which will begin just one hour before, at 5:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time). Anyone who wants to discover the next Destiny 2 content can do so through the The company’s official Twitch account.
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Hours in Spain, Latin America and the United States
- Spain (Peninsula and Balearic Islands): at 6:00 p.m.
- Spain (Canary Islands): at 5:00 p.m.
- Argentina: at 1:00 p.m.
- Bolivia: at 12:00 hours
- Brazil: at 1:00 p.m.
- Chile: at 12:00
- Colombia: at 11:00 am
- Costa Rica: at 10:00 am
- Cuba: at 12:00 hours
- Ecuador: at 11:00
- El Salvador: at 10:00 am
- United States (Washington DC): at 12:00
- United States (PT): at 09:00
- Guatemala: at 10:00 am
- Honduras: at 10:00 am
- Mexico: at 11:00
- Nicaragua: at 10:00 am
- Panama: at 11:00 am
- Paraguay: at 12:00
- Peru: at 11:00 am
- Puerto Rico: at 12:00 hours
- Dominican Republic: at 12:00 hours
- Uruguay: at 1:00 p.m.
- Venezuela: at 12:00 hours
Destiny 2 is available in Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PS4, PS5, PC y Google Stadia. Bungie and Activision decided to break the relationship that had united them since the studio left Microsoft. The breakup has meant that both companies go their own way, so that Bungie now has full control over its intellectual property.
Source | Bungie (press release)