Bungie’s Destiny 2 Beta period for the consoles has concluded and now comes the turn for the PC version which will begin towards the end of the month and as expected the PC version will be getting a lot of love from the developers.
During the Nvidia’s conference at the GamesCom 2017 David “DeeJ” Dague, the community manager of Bungie revealed that the PC version will be getting additional support and will perform significantly better than the console version.
He said that they wanted to treat the PC gamers as “first-class citizens.” the HDR support will first arrive on PC and then on consoles. players will feel the native visuals with unmatched gameplay and artwork.
“We wanted to treat PC gamers like first class citizens since the first day of development. It’s built from the ground up to be amazing on state of the art hardware. It should feel native on the PC. This begins with uncompromising art and captivating gameplay.”
Some of the other improvement includes support of up to 4K resolution, uncapped frame rate, frame rate counter, SLI support for compatible GPUs, modifiable slider for the field of view(FOV). High dynamic ranging lighting for improved graphics and voice/text chat option.
HDR will come to the PC version of Destiny 2 first
— Piers @ Gamescom (@PiersHR) August 21, 2017
Nvidia will also be releasing a game ready driver for Destiny 2 PC on 24th August 2017 and along with the driver, they will also be doing PC codes giveaway so keep an eye on that.
Destiny 2 PC beta will go live on 28 August for people who have pre-ordered the game. the open beta for will begin on 29 August for all gamers and the beta period will end on 31 August for all gamers.