'Tis the season to be jolly in this cute game.
As a new service separate from its console counterparts, the PC version of Destiny 2 was updated to include the 'Faction Rally' end-game feature just a few days ago. Another activity that relies on farming monsters for loot tokens, players have already found an exploit that drastically reduces the time needed to earn reputation for your chosen team.
Destiny 2's PC port has been hailed as a marvel of PC engineering at this point. In a time where lazy ports are all around us, Bungie seemingly did the impossible. Then a hotfix managed to undo their hard work.
Space is as beautiful as it is terrifying, but running around planets shooting stuff with a gorgeous view on the horizon makes it better. One Destiny 2 player captured a 4K timelapse of the PC version's impressive view of the Traveller, and it can spin on your desktop with the right tools.
Thanks to some questionable exclusivity deals, Sony used their time during Paris Games Week to announce the first expansion for Destiny 2, and Eurogamer managed to extract some of the finer details.
For a massive AAA video game on current platforms, you'd expect the PC requirements to be within the Mid/Top-End tier. But that simply isn't the case. Destiny 2 can run on a wide range of systems fairly smoothly with even 4K being attainable with little struggle. All that, however, just got a little easier.
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If you've played Destiny 2 at all, you'll know there's only one true weapon in the game - Sunshot. A chiselled handcannon that turns its victim into a bomb, typically causing a chain reaction for some real god-complex moments. Now it's part of someone's growing 3D printed replica collection.
If you're one of the hundreds affected by the Destiny 2 PC release ban-wave, you may want to try logging in again. Users are reporting that their bans have been lifted with no word from Bungie themselves.
With the PC release of Destiny 2 arriving tomorrow, console players are already complaining of a content drought. And while over 2 million users have straight-up stopped playing the game since launch, those that remain are still finding things buried around the planets.