Want to complete the raid after picking up the game? Well tough luck!
Though Bungie continues to infuriate fans with its tone-deaf approach to the end-game in Destiny 2, it is putting the required amount of effort into launching the PC version. Out on October 24th and handled by Vicarious Visions, Destiny 2 will release on October 24th for PC. In its recent weekly update, Bungie has detailed what will be available at launch.
First off, you can expect the campaign and Crucible multiplayer to launch alongside the Nightfall’s normal and Prestige modes. Guided Games will also be available at launch so you can find allies to help you with the Nightfall as required. The Leviathan raid unfortunately won’t be available at launch – instead, it will arrive on November 1st with November 3rd marking the day that Trials of the Nine begins.
Those seeking a tougher challenge can play the Prestige mode of the Leviathan raid on November 7th. Guided Games will also be available for the raid on this date, in case you feel like queuing for an hour. Destiny 2’s PC version will be available at 10 AM PT on October 24th and can be pre-loaded via Battle.net right now.