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Destiny 2 getting 4K, HDR update on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X

Destiny 2 getting 4K, HDR update on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X

Good news is finally here for Destiny 2 players on the PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox One X: developer Bungie has announced that support for both 4K resolution and HDR color will be added to the shooter for the more powerful console models. The features will be added with an update coming on December 5th, right alongside the release of Destiny 2's first expansion, Curse of Osiris.

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Destiny 2 DLC Curse of Osiris trailer out with release date details

Destiny 2 DLC Curse of Osiris trailer out with release date details

Sony promised some big announcements for its Paris Game Show presentation today, and it delivered. One of the biggest announcements it made today actually involves a non-Sony game: Destiny 2. We received the first official trailer for Destiny 2's incoming DLC, Curse of Osiris, along with a release date for the new adventure.

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Destiny 2 PC is the new port gold standard

Destiny 2 PC is the new port gold standard

Bungie has been away from the PC game for quite some time. The last Bungie title to launch on PC was Halo 2 way back in 2004, but porting duties were largely handled by a team within Microsoft Game Studios. Of course, back before the Halo series took off, Bungie developed exclusively for Mac and Windows, and with Destiny 2, we're seeing the studio return to the platform at long last. How does the port of Destiny 2 hold up after Bungie's 13-year absence from PC?

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Destiny 2 is now available on PC

Destiny 2 is now available on PC

It's been a long wait for players, but Destiny 2 is finally available on PC. This is the first time the Destiny series has been available on PC, as Bungie's first outing with the franchise was a console-exclusive title. Even though Destiny as a series seems like a perfect fit for a mouse and keyboard, those who claim PC as their main platform had to wait until today to get their first taste of wildly popular franchise.

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Destiny 2’s final PC requirements and unlock times are here

Destiny 2’s final PC requirements and unlock times are here

After being forced to wait entirely too long, PC players will finally get to dive into Destiny 2 later this month. We're a mere 11 days out from release, and to make sure you're ready to go for launch date, Bungie has released final PC requirements for the game. It's also shared unlock times for Destiny 2 around the world, so you'll know exactly when you can get to playing.

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Destiny 2 reviews: Critics and players can’t agree

Destiny 2 reviews: Critics and players can’t agree

Even though Destiny 2 launched for Xbox One and PS4 on September 6, many websites around the internet are just getting their reviews of the game up today. It's still early and there are plenty more reviews to come, but the ones that have been published give us a pretty good idea of how Destiny 2 compares to its predecessor. If you were hoping for a more focused effort that tops the the first, it sounds like Destiny 2 probably won't disappoint.

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Destiny 2 sees 1.2 million concurrent players on debut weekend

Destiny 2 sees 1.2 million concurrent players on debut weekend

In case you haven't heard, Destiny 2 was released earlier this week, and a lot of people are excited about it. The hype building up to the shared-world FPS's launch has been immense, and now that the game is available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, developer Bungie shared a small detail on exactly how many people are playing this weekend.

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Destiny 2 DLC begins with Curse of Osiris

Destiny 2 DLC begins with Curse of Osiris

It's only been two days since Destiny 2 was released on Xbox One and PS4 and already Bungie is confirming the games's first DLC. What started as whispers making the rounds on the internet last week were seemingly confirmed earlier today when listings for a DLC named "Curse of Osiris" appeared on the Xbox Store. Through that listing, we get our introduction to Destiny 2's first DLC.

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Destiny 2 PC beta download available for pre-orders

Destiny 2 PC beta download available for pre-orders

The console version of Destiny 2 is only a week and a half away from release, but those interested in the PC version will be able to check out their own beta even before then. The open beta will be available for everyone from Tuesday, August 29th through Thursday, August 31st, however those who have pre-ordered the game get it a day early, on August 28th. If you're in the latter group, and are counting down the seconds until Monday, you can actually pre-load the beta now.

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Destiny 2 PC beta: here’s what’s changing from the console version

Destiny 2 PC beta: here’s what’s changing from the console version

The September 6th release date for Destiny 2 on consoles is quickly approaching, but PC players still have their own beta to look forward to at the end of this month. The console beta was held back in mid July, giving Bungie plenty of feedback on their networking technology, as well as player response on gameplay changes and tweaks, but now the developer has outlined what adjustments have been made since then, and in-turn will be live in the PC beta.

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Destiny 2 cheat clamp-down will be a streamer’s nightmare

Destiny 2 cheat clamp-down will be a streamer’s nightmare

Destiny 2 is undoubtedly going to be a popular game, but it seems that anyone who may want to take advantage of that popularity and stream footage of it to Twitch or YouTube is in for some frustration. Bungie revealed today that it's going to make streaming the PC version of Destiny 2 something of a headache, but it may not be for the reasons you think. Instead of limiting what streamers can show like some other developers and publishers do, the issues with streaming Destiny 2 lie with the game's anti-cheat measures.

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Destiny 2: The 5 reasons it’ll be bigger than Destiny

Destiny 2: The 5 reasons it’ll be bigger than Destiny

Now that we're into August, Destiny 2 is right around the corner - at least for people planning to play on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. There are a lot of expectations heading into the release of Destiny 2, and while we got a taste of the game during the open beta, there's still a lot that's unknown about it. Even with that in mind, there are plenty of reasons to believe that Destiny 2 will be much bigger than the original Destiny, and what follows are five of them.

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