Destiny 2’s Console Release Date Brought Forward, Now Launches Worldwide On September 6th

In this modern age of video games, we’ve grown accustomed to the delay of many titles, but this isn’t the case with Destiny 2, in fact, as featured on Geoff Keighley’s E3 show, Bungie confirmed that the game’s release date had been moved forward by two days and will not be on the 8th of September as originally planned. Instead your Guardians can begin the battle on September 6th instead. There was also confirmation on Twitter

That date doesn’t apply to PC where Destiny 2 will release on October 24th.

Source: YouTube

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  1. That doesn’t happen very often! But it’ll be welcomed by thousands of Destiny fans.

    • Same thoughts here, a game being brought forward!

  2. Shame they haven’t followed the industry trend and announced all dlc will be free. Not really a surprise from Activision.

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