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Destiny 2 Beta’s biggest issues should be fixed by launch

Destiny 2 Beta’s biggest issues should be fixed by launch

In case you haven't already heard, there's currently a beta running for the highly anticipated Destiny 2. In the three short days that it's been available to players who've pre-ordered on PS4 and Xbox One, several issues have been prominently voiced by the community. These aren't things like bugs or glitches that you'd expect from a beta, but instead are related to gameplay, such as weapon damage and character abilities. Fortunately developer Bungie has said that many of these concerns have been addressed and won't be present when the final game launches.

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5 things you should know before the Destiny 2 Beta release

5 things you should know before the Destiny 2 Beta release

After months of talk and teases, the Destiny 2 beta is nearly upon us. In just a few short days, gamers playing on PS4 and Xbox One will be able to get an early look at the game. With a game as big as Destiny 2, there are quite few things about this beta to cover, so here are five things you need to know before you dive in.

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Destiny 2 beta details: story missions, multiplayer, new subclasses

Destiny 2 beta details: story missions, multiplayer, new subclasses

Destiny 2 fans are eagerly counting down the days until the game's September 6th release on consoles, as well as looking forward to the upcoming beta, which kicks off in a little over a week. Now, developer Bungie has finally revealed what players can expect to experience during the beta period, and for those who've been following the game's coverage, it should all be somewhat familiar. The beta will offer a small taste of everything Destiny 2 has to offer: story missions, multiplayer modes, and a trio of brand new subclasses.

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Destiny 2 PC release date revealed, PS4 content to other platforms in 2018

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.

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Destiny 2 PC details start with no dedicated servers

Destiny 2 PC details start with no dedicated servers

There's no doubt that a lot of console players are excited for the launch of Destiny 2, but those who claim PC as their favorite platform have plenty of reason to be excited as well. While console players got to experience the first game in all of its (sometimes rough) glory, this will be the first shot PC players have at the series. That's a pretty big deal considering there was never any guarantee that Destiny would make its way to the platform, and now Bungie PC lead David Shaw is spilling more details on what we can expect from Destiny's first PC outing.

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Destiny 2 release date, PC version announced

Destiny 2 release date, PC version announced

After a number of leaks and a lot of speculation, Destiny 2 was finally revealed earlier this week. Disappointingly, that reveal only amounted to a single tweet from Bungie, leaving out most of the important details. Today Bungie is righting that wrong and sharing more about the hotly anticipated game, including its platforms and release date.

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Destiny 2 release date tipped in store preview poster

Destiny 2 release date tipped in store preview poster

There's still a lot we don't know about Destiny 2 aside from Bungie's intention to release sometime in fall 2017. That release window may have just been narrowed thanks to a leak from an Italian retailer. A promotional poster, of all things, may have just spilled the beans on the release date for one of the most anticipated games of the year.

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Destiny 2 will leave progress & gear behind, but keep character appearance

Destiny 2 will leave progress & gear behind, but keep character appearance

The long wait to an official announcement of Destiny's sequel continues, but on Friday developer Bungie finally answered one of the most burning questions players have had about how their character and progress will carry over into the new game. Basically, it boils down to all gear, such as weapons and armor, abilities/subclasses, and paid-for cosmetics will be left behind for the sequel, but remain accessible in Destiny 1.

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Destiny player proposes in-game with help from Bungie

Destiny player proposes in-game with help from Bungie

Players have been proposing to one another within video games for years now, but this latest story goes way, way beyond using level editing features or arranging in-game items on the ground to spell out the words "will you marry me?" Adriel Wallick and Rami Ismail, both indie game developers, spend a lot of time playing Destiny together, so Wallick managed to convince developer Bungie to help with the in-game proposal by creating unique, equip-able items and adding them to the game just for her use.

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Destiny 2 said to be coming to PC in addition to consoles

Destiny 2 said to be coming to PC in addition to consoles

When the original Destiny launched, some PC players were dismayed to see that the game wouldn't be coming to their platform of choice. That may be changing with Destiny 2, as new reports claim the sequel will be coming to PC alongside consoles. These reports also claim that Destiny 2 could potentially leave player characters from the first game behind, something that clashes with Bungie's original vision for Destiny as a franchise.

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Destiny developer Bungie gives more details on leaving PS3, Xbox 360 behind

Destiny developer Bungie gives more details on leaving PS3, Xbox 360 behind

When Destiny's upcoming expansion, Rise of Iron, was officially revealed during a livestream just a few days before E3, developer Bungie clearly stated that the content would not be coming to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, now referred to as "legacy consoles." In other words, all future development and releases would be exclusive to the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game. Now Bungie has revealed more concrete details about how Destiny will work on those older consoles, and how players can migrate their progress to the current platforms.

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Destiny: Rise of Iron trailer, release date revealed in early leak

Destiny: Rise of Iron trailer, release date revealed in early leak

Just as was predicted in late May, it seems the next expansion to Destiny will in fact be titled Rise of Iron. With only a few hours to go until developer Bungie's scheduled announcement live-stream, the trailer was leaked online, confirming not only the name, but the release date as well. September 20th is the day that players will have new content to enjoy, according to the 2-minute trailer that temporarily appeared on Snapchat as part of an advertisement.

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