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How to watch the Destiny 2 reveal stream today

Thanks to some newly leaked and datamined information, we have a good idea of what Bungie has in store for Destiny 2 in the immediate future. But nothing's been confirmed and plenty of questions remain, so you'll still want to know how to watch the Destiny 2 reveal today, and we've got you covered. 

Today's reveal is being broadcast via Bungie's Twitch channel (opens in new tab), Youtube (opens in new tab), and Mixer (opens in new tab). Bungie previously teased (opens in new tab) that it will unveil a "new era" for itself as well as "the next chapter" in Destiny 2, so you can bet there'll be some hefty announcements. This reveal is especially important as it's Bungie's first time announcing new content since splitting with Activision (opens in new tab), Destiny's longtime publisher. Bungie is on its own now, and this stream is its big chance to show us what it's got. 

Here's when you should tune in: 

US West Coast: 10AM PT

US East Coast: 1PM ET

UK: 6PM GMT

Europe: 7PM CET

The word is that Bungie is teaming up with Google (opens in new tab) to bring Destiny 2 to Google Stadia (opens in new tab), the web giant's upcoming streaming-powered gaming platform. Not only that, Destiny 2 may finally be getting cross-save functionality, though it's unclear which platforms will be supported - PS4, in particular, is reportedly up in the air - and how exactly it would work. Finally, Destiny 2's next big expansion, Shadowkeep, will likely be revealed today, as leaked marketing materials (opens in new tab) suggest the expansion will arrive this fall. 

You can catch all the biggest E3 2019 games (opens in new tab) and E3 2019 (opens in new tab) announcements here, and if you're hungry for more Destiny rumors, check out our round-up of all things Destiny 3 (opens in new tab)

Austin freelanced for the likes of PC Gamer, Eurogamer, IGN, Sports Illustrated, and more while finishing his journalism degree, and he's been with GamesRadar+ since 2019. They've yet to realize that his position as a staff writer is just a cover up for his career-spanning Destiny column, and he's kept the ruse going with a focus on news and the occasional feature.