With the Destiny 2 release date expected to land later this year, Bungie has given fans hope that an exciting announcement will take place very soon.In Bungie’s latest blog post, the developer suggested that it would reveal its plans for Destiny in March.”That does it for this week,” reads the latest Bungie blog post.

“Next week DeeJ will be back stateside. Maybe he will even draw up a roadmap of what to expect in the month of March.

“Yes, this is where you can make jokes about how we’re hinting at future updates about future updates. We don’t mind. We’re just excited to get you the information.”

Based on the statement, it’s more likely that Bungie is talking about a new Rise of Iron update, but it’s possible that the roadmap will contain information about the big Destiny 2 reveal.

And speaking of Destiny 2, Amazon recently posted links for three new Destiny Mega Bloks sets (via NeoGAF).The Cabal Goliath Tank Building Set, Cabal Bruiser Battle Building Set, and Aspect Of Glass Building Set appeared on the retail site early, and may have given away a major plot point for the upcoming Destiny sequel.The Cabal Bruiser Battle Building Set featured the following description: “Set the scene for a clash between a Bruiser’s crushing strength and a master swordsman’s skill. A legendary warrior faces his greatest contest yet in the Tower hangar.

“Wielding his Raze-Lighter, hero of the Crucible Lord Shaxx prepares to pit his blade against the furious cleavers of a Cabal Red Guard.”

There has never been a battle in the Tower before, which suggests that this could be a

Destiny 2’s release date and full title may have just been revealed ahead of the official announcement.Ahead of Activision’s imminent conference call, one Reddit user claims that the upcoming sequel will be titled Destiny 2: Forge of Hope.And it looks like fans won’t have too long to wait, because Destiny 2 will supposedly have a November release date, between November 4 to November 18.

Interestingly, the source claims that the game will have a brand new engine that allows Bungie to quickly add new content and updates.

Taking a cue from Overwatch, fans can expect significant updates and events every couple of months, which will keep players engaged for longer.

The game is said to be in development for PS4, Xbox One and PC, while PS4 Pro and Xbox Scorpio enhancements are also likely.

Activision and Bungie are yet to confirm the news, so it remains to be seen if the leak is accurate.

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