Earlier this week, Bungie released a teaser image for Destiny 2, which was simply a logo, confirming what we all already knew; Yes, Destiny 2 is a real thing, and it’s coming sooner than we all expect.

Today, they released an official teaser trailer starring none other than Firefly and Castle star Nathan Fillion as Hunter Vanguard member Cayde-6. Check it out:

Cayde-6 reminisces about the good old days that seemed like “an ugly contest where everyone was the winner” and curses the loss of his favorite ramen shop amidst the chaos, before realizing the robot bartender sweeping the floor just doesn’t seem to care about his story.

The shot pans back to reveal that the wall to the bar has been blown to pieces and that Cayde-6 is enjoying his drink during a wild firefight in which his city is under siege. The trailer ends by revealing the official trailer will drop tomorrow, March 30.

This has been no well-kept secret -Bungie has already confirmed the existence of Destiny 2 on multiple occasions – be it the reshuffling of staff members appointed to work on the sequel or talk of exactly how players will be able to port their Guardians from the original Destiny into the sequel – Destiny 2 has been a long time coming.

The first official trailer reveal will give us some idea as to what we can expect from the coming sequel and what changes will have been made over its predecessor, but so far the tone of the teaser makes Destiny 2 feel like a much more light-hearted affair than the original. Whether that tone plays out in the longer trailer and will be something that permeates the entirety of the sequel remains to be seen.

Destiny 2 will most assuredly drop on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One when it releases. It has yet to be confirmed for a PC release but it hasn’t been debunked either.

When the full trailer drops tomorrow, Gamer Assault Weekly will have all your up to the minute news and reactions, so stop on by tomorrow for the full reveal.

 

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Evan W
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Evan discovered gaming with Sonic the Hedgehog on the Sega Genesis and never looked back. He has spent the last 20 years criss-crossing genres and platforms, and is an equal opportunity rager, breaking consoles and PCs alike. If you spent summer days off from middle school playing classic PC shooters instead of developing a tan and social skills, you've got a friend in him. Mom might not understand the pain of being "180NOSCOPEWTFPWNED, SON!", but he does. Oh, he does.