Destiny 2 for PC Release Date, Specs & More

Destiny 2 for PC Release Date, Specs & More is a post by Travis Pope from Gotta Be Mobile.

This fall’s Destiny 2 for PC release will finally bring Bungie’s popular online shooter to Windows PCs.

Revealed in May, Destiny 2 is the next major release of the online shooter from 2014. Destiny lets gamers create and customize their own Guardians. It has seamless multiplayer and co-operative play for missions that need a team.

Destiny 2 keeps the things that people liked about the original title and adds new features. It has a cinematic story that the previous game lacked. It introduces new gear to collect, fresh subclasses for new characters and a bigger game world with more places to visit.

Everything that’s coming to Destiny 2 for Xbox One and PS4 is also coming to Destiny 2 for PC. Unfortunately, the games won’t all launch at the same time. Here’s everything else you need to know about the Destiny 2 for PC release date, specs and beta.

Destiny 2 for PC Release Date, Specs More

  • Destiny 2 for PC Release Date
  • Destiny 2 for PC Specs
  • Destiny 2 for PC Beta
  • Destiny 2 for PC Pre-Orders & Software
  • Destiny 2 for PC Deals
  • When We’ll Learn More About Destiny 2 for PC

Destiny 2 for PC Release Date

The Destiny 2 for PC release date is October 24th. Activision and developer Bungie confirmed this during the Electronic Entertainment Expo in June. Console gamers get the title on September 6th. That’s nearly two months after the game arrives on Xbox One and PS4 systems.

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Destiny 2 for PC Specs

Bungie and Activision have not confirmed the Destiny 2 for PC specs yet. Expect a breakdown of the processor, RAM and graphics card needed to play the game sometime before this August’s beta.

On PC, Destiny 2 will support 4K televisions. Its frame rate is not locked to 30 frames per second like the console versions. Character movement in the game is smoother because of this. Gamers will need a robust system to get those great looks and the highest frame rate possible.

The Destiny 2 for PC specs won’t be so high that gamers need to spend thousands of dollars on new hardware for their gaming PC, according to Bungie’s David Shaw. “You absolutely won’t have to buy the latest and greatest hardware to be able to play the game and have a fun, quality experience,” Shaw told PC Gamer.

Destiny 2 for PC Beta

We don’t have an official Destiny 2 for PC Beta release date. We do have an idea of when the beta will be. Bungie’s Twitter account says that the PC beta should start in August. That’s just a month after the beta comes to Xbox One and PS4 consoles.

We don’t know what’s in the Destiny 2 for PC Beta. It must have The Crucible multiplayer. Bungie will want to test the game’s multiplayer systems before launch. It should have the character creator too. Gamers will need to create a character instead of importing an existing Guardian since this is the franchise’s first PC launch.

Gamers that buy a NVIDIA GTX graphics card get early access to the game’s Beta. We don’t know how long that exclusive access will last.

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Destiny 2 for PC Pre-Orders & Software

Destiny 2 pre-orders are available at GameStop, Best Buy and Amazon today. Every version of the game requires a digital download. Gamers need high-speed internet Blizzard’s Battle.net software to play.

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The Destiny 2 Standard Edition costs $59.99. This is the only version available for pre-order at retail stores now.

Destiny 2 Digital Deluxe Edition includes the game’s expansion pass, an in-game sword, a legendary emote and an emblem. This version costs $99.

PC buyers get the game and access to two big DLC updates after launch with the $89.99 Destiny 2 for PC Game + Expansion Pass Bundle.

Destiny 2 Limited Edition includes the game, the expansion pass, a SteelBook case, a Cabal Empire book of secrets, a Cabal Schematic, postcard images, and Cabal Military Pawns. The Cabal are the game’s enemies. Gamers get the emblem, emote and sword from the Digital Deluxe Edition of the game too. Destiny 2 for PC Limited Edition cost $99.99. It’s only available at GameStop.

Destiny 2 Collector’s Edition includes the game, the expansion pass, the Steelbook case full of Cabal Empire collectibles and the digital content from Destiny 2 Digital Deluxe Edition. It is the only way to get the Frontier Laptop bag, solar panel USB charger, paracord and solar blanket. Destiny 2 Collector’s Edition is $249.99

Destiny 2 for PC Deals

Best Buy and NVIDIA both have Destiny 2 deals available. GameStop and Toys R Us may also have some savings closer to release.

Best Buy Rewards members get a $10 rewards certificate for pre-ordering Destiny 2. Rewards accounts are free.

Buying the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080TI or GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card gets gamers early access to the game’s beta and a free copy of the game. This deal is available at NVIDIA.com until June 27th.

When We’ll Learn More About Destiny 2 for PC

Expect to learn a lot more about the Destiny 2 for PC release before the game’s beta this August. Bungie and Activision will have more videos of the game’s mechanics and visuals before then.

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Destiny 2 Cinematic Story

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Destiny 2 Cinematic Story

The most exciting of Destiny 2’s features are what Bungie is calling its “cinematic campaign.” That’s because the original Destiny arrived with an unorthodox single-player. The story wasn’t cohesive and didn’t dive into the game’s lore much. There were times when the story that was there seemed out-of-place.

Destiny 2 promises a real narrative. Nathan Fillion and Lance Reddick star in the game’s story. During the middle of a calm meeting, it slowly dawns on the command staff at Earth’s last remaining city that something is about to go wrong. Soon they’re bombarded by a huge garrison of battleships. The Red Legion wants the power of the Traveler Orb floating above the city for itself. Gamers can expect lots of cutscenes between tasks in the game’s campaign. The scenes Bungie has shown off so far feel more like a movie than a video game. They are better at conveying what’s going on than Destiny’s story.

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Destiny 2 for PC Release Date, Specs & More is a post by Travis Pope from Gotta Be Mobile.