Destiny 2's PC Version May Actually Release Later Than Consoles

Destiny 2's PC Version May Actually Release Later Than Consoles

After months of rumour and speculation, Bungie has finally revealed the Destiny 2 release date.

As for the PC version, Bungie and Blizzard have jointly announced the distribution of Destiny 2 as a Blizzard app/Battle.net exclusive.

Clans can open up slots in their squads for anyone to join, letting them fill out empty spots and giving lone wolves a chance to try the game's biggest challenges. The first showing of Bungie's shooter sequel took place in an E3-like conference room with a large audience, who afterwards had the pleasure of playing the game for themselves.

"Destiny 2 has a great story, an iconic new villain, awesome characters you want to go on an epic adventure with, and of course, tons of the unbelievable gameplay that Destiny is known for". Below you can look at the first seven minutes of the first mission called "Homecoming". He noted it's simply "coming soon", and also said, "Bungie is committed to doing the PC version right" and that "more news down the road on release date" can be expected. This can happen for raids, strikes, activities, and more. The PC version will have support for 4K and 60fps or more.

Today's gameplay reveal stream reached well over 400,000 concurrent viewers on Twitch at its peak, shattering the previous high set a reveal stream for the Destiny: The Taken King expansion back in 2015. What changes in Destiny 2 are you looking forward to? At first, fans were expecting the answer to be September 8, since that's when the console versions are arriving. Destiny 2 will include new characters you have to help to get new loot, lost locations, and even treasure hunts.

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A story trailer was also presented, showcasing the three player classes, Titan, Warlock and Hunter, with each one having their own improvements.

Being on Battle.net will allow Destiny 2 to plug in to the existing global network, freeing up the developers at Bungie.

Not only do we get to see a slice of the lovely environments in Destiny 2 where everything looks like it has a fresh coat of paint, we learn that the last safe city on Earth is falling to war.

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