Though by no means its best game, Bungie has reached the highest peaks with Destiny, which has broken record after record on sales charts around the world. It is the biggest new franchise in video game history, with nearly 9.5 million registered users playing the game on Bungie servers. Despite having solid gameplay mechanics, Destiny has been panned by critics for its lack of story and overly repetitive quests. However, its massive success has developers already working on a sequel. MUST READ: Destiny Made Over $500 Million on its First Day of Sale But before we get Destiny 2, Bungie and publisher Activision have a slew of additional game expansions on the way for their new cash cow... “Work has also begun on future expansion packs as well as on our next full game release,” Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg stated in a statement. “We’re very pleased with the launch and continuing engagement.” According to Activision, the third quarter of 2014 was the most lucrative one in the company’s history, bringing in $753 million in revenue compared to the $691 million generated during the same period in 2013. Unsurprisingly, the huge success of Destiny played a big part, as did Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. THIS IS TRUE: Even Mike Tyson Plays Destiny... It has already been confirmed that Destiny will have three games that form a trilogy. Hopefully, Destiny 2 will manage to right the wrongs of the first release and offer players a meaningful story; more variable and interesting quests; and better weapons and features. Despite Destiny failing to meet expectations, players spend on average 3 hours a day playing the game, which is impressive, if not surprising. The Dark Below expansion might increase its appeal by introducing new story missions, gameplay modes and gear. Destiny is playable on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. While you wait for more details on Destiny 2, head over to the comments and let us know what you think about Bungie’s new FPS adventure RPG game.