Destiny 2, the sequel to Bungie’s MMO / first-person shooter hybrid, has been officially announced following rumors last week. Bungie is remaining quiet on further details as to what gameplay might look like in the sequel or when to expect Destiny 2 to release, but we’ll probably find out more about Destiny 2 at E3 in June. Like the final Rise of Iron expansion for Destiny released last year, Destiny 2 will only be available on current-generation consoles, but rumors of PC support have yet to be confirmed or denied either way yet.
The news comes after Activision confirmed earlier this year that Destiny 2 was still on track for a 2017 release. Bungie also announced recently that while characters themselves will transfer over from the original Destiny to the sequel, none of the items or abilities that players have unlocked over the last three years will be making the jump to the next game.