Following the news that the game would be making its debut on the Battle.net service rather than Steam, a FAQ went up asking "Where and when will Destiny 2 on PC be available?"
Meanwhile, it was also revealed that Destiny 2 will not be in PCs until after console comes out.More news: Maria Sharapova to enter Wimbledon qualifying tournament
Speaking before the reveal event on May 18, Bungie stated that it would be showing off some of the new powers that Guardians could wield in Destiny 2.
According to WCCFTech, the PC version of "Destiny 2" will feature 4k Resolution Support (3820×2160), uncapped frame rate, tiresome mouse and keyboard support with custom key mapping, text chat, adjustable Field of View, detailed PC settings screen and 21:9 monitor support.More news: Apple's iPhone 8 On Track For September Launch
Bungie said at the reveal event that everyone will have a chance to "get their hands" on Destiny 2 before the launch, and access is already being offered as a preorder bonus on all platforms. The new game mode was described as "an asymmetric objective mode where you have to plant a bomb in the enemy base and then defend it until it explodes". "We look forward to sharing additional information later this year". There will be a beta for the game this summer for the consoles as well, and another one out later for PC. Hopefully, in the case of Destiny 2, we won't have to wait too long.
Destiny 2 gameplay trailer focuses on fall of Earth, the last refuge of humanity. The problem with the first game wasn't the gameplay, but that content and variety involved. Till date we only know that "Destiny 2" will run at 30 fps on both Xbox One and PS4 but still we have no idea what resolution it will have. Other outlets also confirmed the news this morning.More news: Australia board threatens players with unemployment
On Blizzard's official website, the company shared that their focus in terms of supporting non-Blizzard games is exclusively around Destiny 2 and they now have no other short- or long-term plans to support other third-party titles on Battle.net.