It seems that Destiny 2 will be called Destiny II: Forge of Hope, according to a post on Reddit which claims to have received this information from an employee at the game’s developer, Bungie.
Destiny II: Forge of Hope will be launched on five platforms: PS4, PS4 Pro, Xbox One, Xbox Scorpio, and PC. There will be three editions. They are as follows.
Destiny II: Forge of Hope editions
The post states that the game will be built on a new game engine “with the ability for Bungie to rapidly create and ad new content to the world of Destiny.” Also, Bungie plans to release content every one to two months like Overwatch “while also delivering new narrative paths and new game play mechanics.” It then goes on to explain possible story details.
Destiny II: Forge of Hope story details
“The sequel will heavily focus on chronological events set after the Fall 2015 Expansion The Taken King. The cabal forces attack the city leaving the civilians and mentors of the tower defenseless. It is the guardians job to fight back the cabal and reclaim the city,” reads the post.
“While doing so the guardian will discover the long lost stories of Queen Mara Sov and The Exo Strangers motives. The story will culminate with the tower and city fighting back the Cabal empire resulting the guardian defeating the leader of the Cabal in the new Raid.”
Furthermore, you won’t be able to bring your Destiny character over to Destiny II: Forge of Hope. However, Bungie will allow for greater customisation options.