Bungie is busy more than ever as they prepare for Destiny 2’s PC launch next week. To prove it, they’ve just released a ton of information regarding the game’s launch.
First off, Bungie wanted to highlight their partner in bringing the game to the PC community — Vicarious Visions. They also showed off this launch trailer for PC.
Second, Bungie wanted to make sure everyone knows exactly when the game launches. Players all around the world can begin their adventure on PC on October 24, 10 AM Pacific. You can check how that translates to your local time below.
Bungie also showed off the game’s short-term post-launch calendar, specifically detailing raid schedules. At launch, players will have access to Nightfall Normal Mode, Nightfall Prestige Mode and Nightfall Guided Games. The platform’s first raid will come during the game’s second week, with Raid Normal Mode launching on 1 November and Trials of the Nine on 3 November. Raid Prestige Mode and Raid Guided Games unlock the week after on 7 November.
Bungie also listed some known issues on PC as a heads up. These include having to relaunch after being idle for a long time, issues with tri-monitor setups, and issues with some of the graphics settings. A few workarounds were noted as well.
Lastly, you may want to tune in to their TwitchCon panel today, 20 October, at 4:30 PM Pacific. The devs will be talking about how Seasons work in the game. In case you miss the livestream, you can also watch the recording here.
You can check out the full post from Bungie for further details.
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