(Pocket-lint) - Activision and Bungie unveiled Destiny 2 gameplay for the first time on Thursday 18 May, with a special event in Los Angeles. It revealed a whole stack of details about the forthcoming game and showed full-on game footage.

Pocket-lint has also been getting hands-on time with multiple modes across the PS4 and PC versions of the game. We have posted our thoughts in our preview, but for now you can watch the main gameplay reveal all over again, as we host it right here.

What happened at the Destiny 2 Gameplay Premiere?

Bungie team members took to the stage in an aircraft hanger in LA to show the first part of the campaign mode, Homecoming, and revealed several key features of the new chapter in the franchise.

It kicked off at 10am PT on Thursday 18 May (7pm in the UK) and ran for around an hour.

One of the big new features coming to the Destiny universe for the first time is Clans. Players can set themselves up in clans, with customised team banners. But rather than exclude solo players, there is also a Guided Game mode that allows single-players to join a clan for a raid or strike, so that they too can get to experience all the wonders the game has to offer.

There are new worlds and locations, including Earth, Io, Nessus and Titan. And there are tonnes of side missions and hidden sectors to locate and plunder. In short, Destiny 2 is Destiny but ramped up to the extreme.

Where can I watch the Destiny 2 Gameplay Premiere again?

You can watch the entire hour-long keynote again (or for the first time) below:

You can also watch it on destinythegame.com or Bungie's own Twitch channel.

Where can I find out more about Destiny 2?

You can find out a lot more about Destiny 2 in our extensive round-up feature (which we are updated constantly). It has trailers and other info we know or have heard about so far. You can find it here: Destiny 2: Release date, screens, formats and everything you need to know

Destiny 2 will be released for PS4 and Xbox One on 8 September 2017. A PC version will follow soon after.

Writing by Rik Henderson.