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Destiny 2 PC release date and Nvidia partnership announced

Back when Destiny 2 was officially unveiled, many fans of the series were excited to finally see a PC version in the works. Bungie has already promised a bunch of great PC-centric features but unfortunately, this version of the game won’t be out in September alongside consoles. Instead, Destiny 2 will be launching until late October. On the plus side, we have a 4K PC gameplay trailer to stare at courtesy of Nvidia.

The delay isn’t too bad. Destiny 2 launches on Xbox One and PS4 on the 6th of September, with the PC version arriving on the 24th of October, so it’s around 6-7 weeks late. Still, hopefully the extra wait will be worth it when the game launches. Here is the 4K PC gameplay trailer shown off at E3 this week:

The game is running at 3840×2160 on a GTX 1080Ti at 60 frames per second. Nvidia has “lent its gaming and PC development expertise” to Activision and Bungie for Destiny 2, though there is no confirmation on GameWorks specific graphical effects just yet.

To celebrate its partnership for Destiny 2, those buying a GTX 1080 or 1080Ti between now and the 27th of June, will be given a free code for the game. This will come with access to the beta, which is likely taking place in July.

KitGuru Says: I’m very much looking forward to Destiny 2, the original always felt like a game that belonged on PC, so I’ll be making the switch the first chance I get. Are any of you planning on picking up Destiny 2 later this year?

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