The smoke at the bottom seems to be Earth's Last City, which previous rumours have suggested will be taken over, or destroyed by, the Cabal in the sequel.
The first Destiny game was criticized for its overly serious tone and confusing story (that is, when the plot existed at all).
The "Last Call" trailer is a teaser for a full reveal trailer, which is set to debut on Thursday, March 30 at 10 a.m. Hopefully the rumours are true and Destiny 2 does come to PC. He recalls a battle from the inside of this bar, which we later find out has been destroyed. Support for Destiny 2 will likely run in a similar fashion, though hopefully the base game releases in a state that is more enjoyable. Surprising no one, that trend will continue with Destiny 2, indicating Activision's multi-year deal with Sony is still strong as ever. While it is not really an announcement, it is evident from the tweet that Destiny 2 is coming soon, and we will hear more about it during the coming months. Guess who got the spotlight in the first teaser trailer for Destiny 2? Considering Destiny 2 launches in Fall 2017 (possibly on September 8) that's a heck of a long wait for Xbox One players. Unfortunately, it should be noted that Activision, Bungie or GameStop have yet to release official details about the upcoming "Destiny" sequel.
There is essentially no concrete info on Destiny 2 at this point other than that all characters and stats from Destiny will be reset.
"We know that, just like us, you have grown fond of the Guardians you've created, so we do plan to preserve your character personalization".
There are also a handful of unconfirmed claims being taken as gospel by large swathes of the Destiny fandom. Cayde-6 is apparently at some bar, having a drink while he talks about "an ugly contest where everyone was a victor".
Last week it was speculated that Destiny 2 could be primed for release earlier than anticipated.