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Destiny 2 finally launched on PC today, over a month after it was available on the Xbox One and PS4. This marks the long awaited official PC debut of Bungie and Activision’s MMO-lite/shared world shooter franchise. And, as has been known for a while now, they went all out towards ensuring that the PC version of the game would be the one to get.
This is probably the best reflected in the full range of the settings that are available to players of the PC version of the game- you can tweak everything from your reticle color and location, toggle on a framerate counter, adjust your hud, your mouse sensitivity, toggle in game text chat on or off, enable color blind mode, and a full range of visual options, including Anti-aliasing, Ambient Occlusion, Motion Blur, Wind Impulse, and yes, High Dynamic Range (HDR), which was not present in the beta version, but is here in the final release.
Check out the screens below to see the full range of options available to you. Destiny 2 is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.