Destiny 2 Won't Have Cross-Platform Saves, Dedicated Servers on PC

Bungie will be making a splash in PC gaming this year with the release of Destiny 2.

According to Time, "Destiny 2" is meant to be more "relatable" and character-focused, and the way players explore the game will also be different from the original.

Bungie, the company behind Destiny and Destiny 2, is an American video game developer located in Bellevue, Washington, United States. What's potentially more concerning is the lack of certainty around when that version of the game will actually come out. Noseworthy is a fan of the console, but Bungie isn't considering bringing Destiny 2 to the Switch at the moment. Web sites listing the game, such as GameStop and Amazon, put the PC release date as September 8 too, however, it is known that the PC launch will be released later. More details are promised soon. The first game had 3v3 and 6v6 PvP modes, but it comes as no big surprise to see the Halo creators go back to familiar grounds with the 4v4 battles.

Destiny 2 will take us to four new worlds to explore with new features: European Dead Zone, Titan, Nessus, and Io. But there was no mention on stage of any difference in release dates.

When asked by PCGamer about the servers, Bungie PC lead David Shaw said, "We do not have dedicated servers for Destiny 2 on PC". While the game is scheduled to hit consoles on September 8th, things are still up in the air for the PC version. A new feature was revealed during the livestream called "Guided Games", which allows all players easier access to the game's "most challenging and rewarding activities". Are you disappointed that the PC version of the game will be delayed or are you glad they are taking the extra time needed to develop the game for the PC platform?

  • Carolyn Briggs