Destiny 2 PC Gameplay Footage Showcases 4K Visuals and 60 FPS

Looks pretty cool, if we’re being honest.

Posted By | On 13th, Jun. 2017 Under News


Bungie has offered a look at how Destiny 2 will look on PC courtesy of GeForce GTX. The footage released showcases the first mission “Homecoming” running at 4K resolution and 60 FPS. For lack of a better word, it looks pretty damn snazzy.

Along with an uncapped framerate and resolutions up to 4K, Destiny 2 on PC will support key remapping and mouse and keyboard play (obviously). Bungie has also assured players that it’s working extra hard to polish the PC version and deliver the best performance.

Which probably explains why the PC version is out on October 24th while the Xbox One and PS4 get it on September 6th (two days earlier than the initially announced September 8th release date).

Furthermore with Destiny 2 running through Battle.net, players can be assured of a solid launcher as well on PC. What are your thoughts on the PC gameplay footage below though? Let us know in the comments.


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  • Poseidon team

    This game looks so sexy in 60fps. As console player I’m really jealous, but I can’t afford a PC with a GTX 1070 Ti + good monitor + etc just to play this game.

    Still don’t understand why Pro and Xbox X don’t deliver simply a max out 1080p output with 60fps instead of 4K30fps. Bungie’s engine must behind this limitation… look at Battlefield 1… 1080p 60fps and 64 players on OG PS4… and Halo 5… both campaign and PVP (including War Zone with NPCs and 20 players)… dynamic 1080p 60fps on OG Xbox One.


 

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