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Bungie will be beta testing Destiny 2 cross-play next week

Last week, Bungie accidentally switched on cross-play in Destiny 2, a feature that wasn’t expected to roll out until later this year. The feature was quickly disabled, but now the studio is ready for a proper beta test. 

Between the 25th and 27th of May, Bungie will be officially testing cross-play in Destiny 2, allowing players from all supported platforms to team up and play a selection of Vanguard Strikes. Supported platforms of course include PlayStation and Xbox consoles, the PC version on Steam and the Google Stadia version.

Bungie will take on feedback from the beta test to further improve its cross-play implementation, which will then go live properly later this year, perhaps as part of a seasonal update to Destiny 2.

Players who completes three strikes during the cross-play beta will receive a unique emblem for participating.

KitGuru Says: Cross-play has always made perfect sense for Destiny 2, so its great to finally see some progress being made. 

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