While it's not uncommon to see delayed PC releases for triple-A games, this comes as a surprise following the game's previous marketing.
Bungie noted that only 50% of Destiny players that reached the end game content actually got into a Raid and played it.
Not much else is known beyond that, although we imagine that Bungie will reveal more details about the game and storyline during the Destiny 2 live stream.
"You get to see how [a plan] presents themselves, you get a little sense of what type of players are part of that clan".
Which is why we're going to be watching the Destiny 2 Gameplay Premiere global livestream event TODAY at 6PM BST.
According to ThatsMytrunks, a few folks they know have played the game and reported a few things.
How can I watch the Destiny 2 gameplay reveal live?
There are also changes to the HUD, additional maps, and new modes.
We're expecting Bungie to show off the new powers that the Guardians will wield to face off against the new threat of the Red Legion. Reddick plays the character called Commander Zavala. Additionally, Destiny 2 will be available on PC at retail and as the first third-party game to be offered digitally via Battle.net, Blizzard Entertainment's online gaming service. Players can pick a landing zone, explore, and seamlessly jump into other activities in game.
Gamers are big fans of new and exciting weaponry. When the Red Legion invaded, they completely ignored this sector of the City in their takeover.
Moreover, Destiny 2 will feature clan support with players encouraged to build like-minded groups of players and includes the ability to make a banner and access in-game rosters (several people have already tweeted their plans to build LGBT-friendly clans). The community can interact directly with the developers at www.Bungie.net, Facebook, @Bungie on Twitter, and www.Twitch.tv/Bungie on Twitch.
The Destiny 2 Gameplay Premiere takes place tonight on Twitch at 6PM in the United Kingdom, 7PM in Europe, 10AM on the US West Coast and 1PM on the US East Coast.