Destiny 2 project lead, Mark Noseworthy, said the prospect of the title appearing on Switch was unrealistic.
Yesterday was Destiny 2 day, with new gameplay unveiled ahead of the game’s September 8 launch, and we also got plenty of new information about the game’s PC release.
Destiny 2 coming to PC is a pretty big deal, and its exclusivity to Blizzard’s proprietary launcher — previously called Battle.net — means it gets support for all of the features already available in Blizzard’s games.
The new that Destiny 2 was coming to PC sent shockwaves through the gaming scene, with the franchise’s long-awaited PC debut coming at the same time as console on September 8.
The gameplay reveal detailed all sorts of juice information about the Destiny 2 experience, including how the game’s new clan system works. We also have new details on Destiny 2’s refined PVP mode.
PC gamers, rejoice! Destiny 2 is coming to the platform, and Bungie promises to offer a unique experience to make up for skipping the platform with the first entry.
Destiny 2 is set to hit PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One on September 8, but you’ll be able to play it before launch via the game’s Beta.
Destiny 2 has advanced the cooperative experience for gamers, adding clan support and a new system called “Guided Games”.
Bungie lifted the lid off Destiny 2 overnight at an exclusive event in Los Angeles.
In less than 48 hours, we’ll have our very first look at Destiny 2 gameplay.