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First gameplay video and more news revealed for Destiny 2

20 May 2017, 03:08 | Justin Tyler

In addition to this, the viewers can also get an insight into the Destiny 2's first ever strike mission named as "Inverted Spire" that was revealed. According to game director Luke Smith, PC version of Destiny 2 will not release alongside console versions and will launch at a later date. Every player creates their own character called a "Guardian", humanity's chosen protectors.

When asked by PCGamer about the servers, Bungie PC lead David Shaw said, "We do not have dedicated servers for Destiny 2 on PC".

The "Destiny 2" gaming executive also declined to provide a target timeline on when development work for the game's PC version will be finished.

Destiny 2 was officially revealed back in March, with a worldwide release date of September 8, 2017. The PC version's release date is still not confirmed, but it's expected to come out at a later time.

You'll get three weapon slots that are more flexible than Destiny 1's, called Kinetic, Energy, and Power.


New classes include the Warlock's Dawnblade, complete with flaming sword, the Titan's Sentinel, with a void Captain America shield, and the Hunter's Arcstrider, with an electric staff.

In Countdown, the new 4v4 competitive PvP mode, the first team pull off six rounds of either arming or disarming bombs wins.

Destiny 2 launches on Sep. There's also going to be a shared reward system benefiting everyone clan-wide, and Guided Games, a sort of looking-for-group feature in which solo players can be matched up with existing clans to face group activities like raids and Nightfalls. It might be that the company was trying to push Destiny 2 as a Play Anywhere title and that fell through, or simply that it didn't like the current offering.

However, in a more text-heavy press release issued after the show, there's a decent summary of what we can expect in the PC release. Aside from potentially evaluating needs or opportunities for future Activision games, we don't have any short- or long-term plans to support third-party games with Battle.net.



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