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With just only a few days left until #Bungie’s sci-fi FPS sequel comes out. A steady stream of news has been shared as part of their marketing push for “Destiny 2.” Meanwhile, several leaks have also been reported across several websites. Some of these were apparently taken from an official guidebook that was supposedly released by accident. The developer claims that the sequel will feature more content than its predecessor and an even better storyline. And it seems to be true based on the revealed information about the game’s number of activities. Unfortunately for the developer, the details also listed the number of #Strikes and their respective names, which spoils the surprise for gamers.

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Warning: spoilers ahead, avoid reading if you don’t want to spoil your experience.

‘Destiny 2’ strikes revealed

According to the leaks, “Destiny 2” will apparently have the same number of strikes like the first game. During its release, the original title featured five strikes with an additional one added for two platforms, the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. Bungie has followed the same formula with the sequel and their partnership with Sony gives PS4-users a bonus mission. Those who participated in the game’s open beta for consoles and the PC have already experienced on called The Inverted Spire. The following list details the names of each Strike:

  • Exodus Crash
  • The Arms Dealer,
  • The Inverted Spire,
  • The Pyramidion,
  • Savathun’s Song,
  • Lake of Shadows (Sony exclusive)

More to be added soon

It’s safe to say that the incoming content will also add more strikes to the team-based shooter.

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A recent report claims that the first expansion DLC will be called “The Curse of Osiris,” according to rumors. It’s speculated release date is expected sometime in December 2017, while the second expansion is supposedly slated for spring of 2018.

What gamers can expect

The leaks only managed to reveal the names of the Strikes included in “Destiny 2.” However, it has been suggested that they are based on the current lore of the franchise. The Exodus Crash, for example, could refer to one the colony ships called the Exodus Red, which according to the previous game’s story, was used by refugees to escape the Cosmodrome in Old Russia during the Collapse. As the name implies, Guardians could be tasked to investigate a crash site of that ship. Fans won’t have to wait long to find out more as the game launches next week on September 6, 2017, for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, while PC users can expect their copy to become available on October 14, 2017.