New Extended Gameplay Preview Released For Destiny 2

Bungie had a lot to show for Destiny 2 during their recent livestream event, where they showcased plenty of footage as well as new info on the game's activities, multiplayer, and PC version.

Moreover, Destiny 2 for PC - while running at 60fps (yay!) - won't come with dedicated servers, instead running on peer-to-peer servers.

If you have a powerful enough PC, you can run Destiny 2 at almost five times the frame-rate of the console versions. They are requesting him to bring the sequel to online-only shooter Destiny to the PC since that then original game was a console-only release for its entire multi-year lifespan. As for now, we know that the PC version will work at 60 frames per second and in addition to G-Sync it will also be compatible with 4K resolutions.

Bungie and Activision opened up their doors to the world yesterday with the first gameplay reveal for Destiny 2 and now another video from the event has arrived online, showing off the game's first mission in full.

The Destiny series is making the trek to PC for the first time with Destiny 2, and Bungie has detailed some benefits to making the switch.

The newly-announced PC version of Destiny 2 has no confirmed release date, and may arrive after the PS4 and Xbox One versions have launched on September 8.

Bungie did, however, share that Destiny 2 would run at an uncapped framerate, and up to 4k resolution.

"Our partnership with Blizzard and being on Battle.net, we want to make sure that this version of the game has the time it needs to bake in the oven so it's a delicious piece of bread when it comes out". Considering who Destiny 2's publisher is (Activision), it's not too surprising. It was revealed in the live stream that Destiny 2 will feature both traditional and exotic weapons, armor and Subclasses.

For the PC versions, Smith admitted that the developers can not commit to a particular date as of now.

  • Julie Sanders