New Destiny 2 Trailer Shows Coldheart Exotic Trace Rifle and... Dancing

Destiny 2 introduces the Coldheart Exotic Trace Rifle that will be granted to those who pre-order the game as a bonus.

July 26, 2017

Today Activision released a brand new trailer for the upcoming first-person-shooter by Bungie, Destiny 2.

The trailer showcases one of the pre-order bonuses of the game, the Coldheart Exotic Trace Rifle. It also features an old and beloved Destiny staple… dancing.

You can enjoy the video out below. If you want to see more, you can check out a batch of a screenshots from E3, a trailer showcasing temporary exclusive content (for about a year) for PS4, and read our hands-on preview of the upcoming game.

Destiny 2 has just completed its open beta stage on PS4 and Xbox One, with the PC test still pending and supposedly coming soon enough. If you want to catch a glimpse at some of the most interesting content from the beta, you can check out a few videos of “The Farm,” a new social space that was made available a few days ago in the beta only for a single hour, and that will replace the Tower as the guardians hide in a new rural environment from the threat that obliterated their former home.

The game itself will release on PS4 and Xbox One on September 6th, and on PC on October 24th.

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