Destiny 2 PC Release Date Revealed, PS4 Content To Other Platforms In 2018

After a long wait, Bungie has finally revealed when Destiny 2 will be arriving on PC. When the game was first announced, only the Xbox One and PS4 versions got a release date, with nothing really set in stone for the PC version. All we knew is that it would be arriving later than its console counterparts.

Today we're finding out that it will be launching quite a bit later. Those hoping for a release gap of only a few weeks should prepare themselves for disappointment, as Bungie and Activision have announced a launched date of October 24 for PC. With the launch date for the Xbox One and PS4 versions now set for September 6, the PC version will lag nearly two months behind.

Of course, such delays hit PC with some degree of frequency – in this case, Bungie wants to give the PC version a little extra attention before launching. Grand Theft Auto V, remember, wasn't out on PC until more than a year after its initial launch on PS3 and Xbox 360. Considering that PC gamers missed out on the first Destiny altogether, however, that may make the longer wait sting a little bit more.

We also have some new information about when those on Xbox One and PC will be able to expect the PS4-exclusive content that was announced earlier in the week. Luke Smith, who serves as the director of Destiny 2, said on Twitter today that the extra content will come to Xbox One and PC sometime in 2018.

So, the plus side is that everyone will have access to this content eventually, but those on Xbox One and PC will have to wait – possibly many months – to get it. Which platform are going to play Destiny 2 on? Head down to the comments section and let us know!

SOURCE: GameSpot