"We're excited to work with Bungie to bring the PC version of Destiny 2 to every region Blizzard now operates in". "We've done this for a bunch of reasons - to improve readability while you're playing in PvP and to make it both more competitive and also more interesting for players to get into", game director Luke Smith said to Glixel.
'Creating a new network client for Destiny 2, which is bringing the franchise to PC for the first time, would needlessly extend the development period for the game.More news: Ringling Bros. shuts down the big top after 146 years
According to WCCFTech, the PC version of "Destiny 2" will feature 4k Resolution Support (3820×2160), uncapped frame rate, boring mouse and keyboard support with custom key mapping, text chat, adjustable Field of View, detailed PC settings screen and 21:9 monitor support. There will also be a new feature called "guided games" which Bungie says can help solo players find a group to play with and allows groups to "open up your party to new players who are looking to play with you".
At a presentation in LA, Bungie showed off some of Destiny 2, livestreamed to thousands of viewers today. That said, there's also some bad news to go along with the good.More news: Next stop for Trump is Israel, in pursuit of 'ultimate deal'
Activision and Bungie unveiled Destiny 2 gameplay for the first time on Thursday 18 May, with a special event in Los Angeles. Some have already made some speculations about what to expect from the big "Destiny 2" reveal day.
As far as when this new release date is, no one is saying. With this new addition of PC version the number of user will increase or so is desired by the brand.More news: Euro at highest level against dollar since Trump election
The game is scheduled to release on September 8, 2017 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. "It's incredible, I love the console, but in terms of where it's at, I don't want to leave anyone with the possibility of, like, 'it's a thing we'll consider, maybe next year.' There's no plans right now for Switch". It would appear that Bungie and Activision have partnered up with Blizzard to make Destiny 2 available exclusively through the Battlenet store and launcher.