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According to a leaked poster, Destiny 2 is releasing on September 8.

It's likely that we'll be getting the full reveal of Destiny 2 at this year's E3, with various other bits of information coming prior to that.

Or perhaps it'll be even earlier than that, because an image of what seems to be a poster for the game has emerged online, via website Lega Network, purportedly from an Italian games shop.

While all we know is that the date is September 8th, the assumption is that the game will be released September 8th, 2017. The poster, as seen as above, shows three humans wielding shotguns and no helmets.

If the Destiny 2 release date is confirmed today, it could come in the form of the usual Bungie blog post run by community manager David Dague.

While we wait for the original Destiny to die with drip-fed announcements of rehashed raids (which is actually kind of cool, but hella late), Destiny 2 is just around the corner.

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What would you want out of a Destiny sequel?

Without confirming anything, Bungie's Luke Smith hinted on Twitter that the poster is legitimate. If these posters are indeed real, they wouldn't be in the hands of retailers until a proper reveal of the game was imminent - ironically, due to the risk of news leaking prematurely.

Sequels represent the start of a new adventure for every player, with new worlds to explore, new stories to tell, new powers to acquire, new loot to earn, and much more.

Destiny 1 first launched in late 2014 on to mixed reviews, though follow-up expansions such as House of Wolves, The Taken King and Rise of Iron improved the game significantly.

"For anyone who either hasn't yet tried Destiny or hasn't played in a while, we think we've made a sequel that's going to have a lot for them to love, too". Sony's deal with Bungie and Activision for Destiny has been very successful for the parties involved.