Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Gone are the days of wondering whether Bungie and Activision’s 2014 action multiplayer title will see an announcement anytime soon. The creators of Destiny have finally given us the confirmation that we have all been waiting for. While it is not really an announcement, it is evident from the tweet that Destiny 2 is coming soon, and we will hear more about it during the coming months. Destiny 2 is on its way. The tweet consists of a single image which doubles as a poster for the upcoming sequel. It is devoid of any other additional information about the title, such as a possible launch date, so we will have to rely on some leaks from last week to guess at those. We’ll get to that later, but for now, let’s talk about what is now official. pic.twitter.com/n1M4zdGE5K — Destiny The Game (@DestinyTheGame) March 27, 2017 The image, which is the only thing to go by at present, indicates a vast wasteland devastated by smokes and flames with the Traveler visible above it. The land beneath probably indicates The Last City, and the Destiny 2 logo sits atop the setting. What is interesting about the text is that it is very similar to the one that was seen in last week’s leaked images. So while we were wary of their veracity at the time, the similarity and proximity between the two reveals are practically begging for our consideration. So perhaps the information they carried about the game’s launch and the pre-release beta version might just turn out to be true. There is no real way to know whether Destiny 2 is actually coming out on September 8 until the creators reveal something themselves. But it looks like that day may not be too far off. The recent tweet is meant to be a teaser, and these usually warrant a more detailed follow-up soon after. Besides, with the E3 2017 coming up and Activision said to have their own booth at the event, the publisher will most likely have good news to share about both their upcoming projects for this year. So we expect to hear more in the coming months about both Destiny 2 and Call of Duty 2017.