Destiny 2 Now Available Worldwide, Bungie Offers Launch Message

Community manager DeeJ says Bungie is excited for players.

Posted By | On 06th, Sep. 2017 Under News


After going live early in some regions, server queues (which have seen cleared up) and much hype, Bungie’s Destiny 2 is finally available worldwide for all and sundry. Initial impressions are positive and Bungie has released a launch message for all players.

Well, technically it’s for the “PlayStation Nation” but still. Bungie community manager David “DeeJ” Dague is in front of the camera, telling us that the developer is excited for the journey players will embark on.

Destiny 2 is a direct sequel to the first game and sees the Tower destroyed, the Vanguard ruined and the Red Legion, led by Dominus Ghaul, taking control of Earth. Players lose their powers but embark on a journey to become stronger while rallying the remnants of the Last City to take back the Traveler.

Though Destiny 2 is currently available for Xbox One and PS4, it will be coming to PC via Blizzard’s Battle.net service on October 24th. Impressions on the graphics and controls were very positive so expect Destiny 2 to be even better on PC.


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  • Patchman2076

    If I owned a PlayStation I would purchase this game but since I don’t bungie will not get one dollar from me this time.

    • Fweds

      I wouldn’t go anywhere near this on the PS4 especially the PS Protato,

      This game has a huge problem and is crashing with the ce-34878-0 error code especially on the PS Pro.

  • Patchman2076

    Not only that but people on xbox don’t get some of the guns or strikes or maps. Why am I paying full price for something that I only get 85% of the game. They got me on the first destiny, not this time.

    • Fweds

      Because Sony have paid Bungie money not to add a few things on Xbox, its better to not have those few things than to have the problems they are having with the PlayStation version.

      With any luck the problem with the PS version is something to do with the exclusive bit of content Sony paid for.


 

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