The receipt itself, which can be seen on Twitter, is apparently from the Hannover branch of GameStop, and shows the pre-order for the Destiny 2 Limited Edition PC version, which comes in at €110 (or $119).
However, after announcing and releasing the first image for the game's sequel, Bungie managed to stay quiet on the game, giving fans no details on the game.
In addition to that, GameStop Italy has hinted something on the Destiny 2 closed beta. Let us know your thought's about Bungie's upcoming game in the comments. The first Destiny came out in 2014 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Xbox 360.
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Bungie has finally dropped the curtains on the highly anticipated sequel to Destiny. This is all we have to go on for now, unfortunately, but we can at least confirm that the previous leaks were legitimate.
Besides rumors and stuff like that, E3 is around the corner and we can't wait to share with you new information about the second chapter of the Destiny series.
This week, talk surrounding Destiny 2 started hotting up after a poster for Destiny 2 leaked online, suggesting that major announcements for the game would be coming soon.