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Bungie Software has revealed the exact content of the PC beta. This one is more or less the same as the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 beta, however, the PC version is going to include a new map (Javelin-4) as well as some improvements made thanks to the feedback provided by console players back in July. The beta is going to start on August 28 for pre-order holders, with others joining them on August 29, and run through August 30.
While the users of Xbox One and PlayStation 4 have already had a chance to try out Destiny 2, PC players are still waiting for their turn. Now, Bungie Software has announced the exact date of the game’s beta start on PC – the tests will run through August 28-30. First to play will be the pre-order holders – for them the early access starts on August 28. Other players will join them a day later, on August 29. And finally, August 30 marks the end of beta. Besides, Bungie has also shared both minimum and recommended PC requirements for Destiny 2 beta.
Activision announced the start times for Destiny 2 open beta across all three platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The general access on consoles is scheduled for July 21, but those who pre-ordered the game can begin playing a couple of days earlier. The PC beta is coming later in August, but that date is yet to be confirmed. According to Bungie, Destiny 2 beta will feature the Homecoming mission, showed in the gameplay reveal trailer, as well as Inverted Spire Strike and some unspecified PvP content.
Bungie Software is collaborating with High Moon Studios and Vicarious Visions to make the sequel to the sci-fi MMORPG/FPS “bigger, better and more badass”. Destiny 2 developers have prepared a long presentation of their game, showing off a lot of gameplay footage as well as talking us through new features. Unoftunately, there are also some not-so-good news, for PC players at least. Destiny 2 will launch on PC some time after the console release, but it is not yet specified when exactly.