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Destiny 2 Plot Confirmed?

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Destiny 2 is apparently scheduled to arrive in 2017 after a major expansion of the original Destiny game in 2016. Several reports and Activision?s plans for the next 10 years also suggest that the next Destiny game which is speculated to be called Beyond Destiny will hit the shelves in the holiday season next year.

Meanwhile, Destiny?s sequel title is not limited to Beyond Destiny; it was also suggested that the game will be called Destiny 2: The Shattered Suns. Fans have been talking a lot about the game?s title and release date, but what matters most is its plot. For every game, the storyline makes it different from the rest, especially for a sequel of a game like Destiny which is already popular among fans.

In the original Destiny game, the Queen of the Reef, Mara Sov, is a major character in the story. She is the only hope of every Destiny player as she can help gamers get to the last level. In the Destiny expansion titled House of Wolves, her character was heavily featured.

?This is totally spoiling like Destiny 2020 or something but when we get to that world down the road where that original pirate Queen (Mara Sov) comes out, I think it?s going to be a really powerful moment,? said creative story lead CJ Cowan during Bungie?s weekly Twitch stream.

The discussions and speculations don’t end here, as Vine Report suggests that the Destiny sequel will feature the story of Osiris, the old Warlock and former Vanguard. Osiris is undoubtedly a popular character in Destiny which gives quests to the players, and it is possible that he can be featured in the main story of Destiny 2. In Destiny, Osiris was sent off to Mercury and disappeared. It is expected that he will return in the next game.

If Osiris and Mara Sov will debut in Destiny 2, fans will be delighted. It is also expected that Mara Sov may come in the major expansion for Destiny this year. However, since there is no official confirmation of the plot of the next Destiny game yet, it’s best to wait and see.

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