The development of Destiny 3 has been continuing for some time, this fact being ensured by a filtration. In addition to that, the game will find its way to the market in 2020. With that being said, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Scarlett will also get Destiny 3 coming to them. It has been two years since Destiny 2 hit the market and it still receives support nowadays. Unfortunately, now there is no new content. However, we do not have too much time left to wait until Destiny 3 gets released because it is being worked on.
Many titles of popular games will come to Xbox Scarlett and PlayStation 5
Information about a third episode of the saga has been recently revealed by a renowned Destiny 2 Leaker, AnonTheNine. Based on the information provided by him, a hardcore audience will be more attracted to this game because compared to its predecessors, this version of the game will be more difficult, the role-playing elements of the saga receiving an expend. Next year we will get the game along with another generation of consoles, the Xbox Scarlett and PlayStation 5. Whether a cross-platform will be released as well or not is still debatable.
It is worth mentioning that, as always, this is a rumor, so the information provided is not 100% secure. If you do not want to get disappointed later on if this does not come as true, you should better wait for an official announcement.
Comparison Destiny and Destiny 2 – PlayStation 3 Vs. PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5
If we want to see the differences that marked the development of new generation consoles versus the development of generation change all we need to do it to compare the predecessors of Destiny 3. In the video below, you can see it crystal clear.
In short, Destiny 3 would come to Xbox Scarlett and PlayStation 5 in 2020.
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