A few tidbits of information of Destiny 2, all in one place.
First off, those who preordered Destiny 2 can already pre-load the game on Xbox One, but PlayStation 4-owners will have to wait until August 31 to do so. (Those who downloaded a 98 MB file have to delete it and reinstall it – the game will need 29 GB.)
There’s also a video featuring Cayde-6. Those who have played The Taken King needs no introduction to the veteran exo who prefers hand cannons. Destiny 2 will have unlocked load outs during raids, according to the game’s director. However, Nightfalls will lock our loadout to make our strategy more tactical than ever.
On WCCFTech, we read that while Bungie could do 60 FPS on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the game’s scale would be smaller than what it has become – the CPUs of the consoles are already utilized as much as possible. Therefore, if you want 60 FPS, play Destiny 2 on PC!
Destiny 2 will launch on September 6 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, followed by the PC port on October 24. PC-users can prepare for the beta!
— Luke Smith (@thislukesmith) August 22, 2017