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Destiny 2 PC COUNTDOWN: Release Date, Time in UK, Reviews, Raid and Trials Roadmap

October 23, 2017 5:11 PM
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Destiny 2 PC COUNTDOWN: Release Date, Time in UK, Reviews, Raid and Trials Roadmap

The Destiny 2 PC release date is almost here and soon enough one of the biggest releases of the year will make its way to PC in what many might see as the definitive version of the game.

The first Destiny game might have failed to make its way to PC, but the sequel will be making quite a big splash when it launches tomorrow around the world.

Unlike the PS4 and Xbox One console release, Bungie's newest PC title features 4K support, an uncapped frame rate, mouse and keyboard controls, custom key mapping, triple monitor support and HDR.

For now, don't worry, we've got you covered with EVERYTHING you could ever need to know to get started with Destiny 2 on PC.

From the release date, start times, minimum specs required, content roadmap, Raid release dates and even the default keyboard layout.

Keep reading below the gallery to get yourself up to speed ahead of Bungie's Destiny 2 PC launch.

To make things as simple as possible Bungie are releasing the game simultaneous for all PC users.

"This is an important moment for our community. If you’re joining us for the first time, we’re thrilled that you’ll be taking a step into our world," added Bungie following the date and time reveal.

For those wondering how to convert timezones such as PST to BST, don't worry, we've got you covered.

Prior to release Nvidia has created a nice guide to help give PC players a preview of how different settings will affect the game and get you started setting it up to meet your needs.

A complete guide can be viewed here (Destiny 2 PC Graphics and Performance Guide) but as for the Minimum and Recommended specs, you'll find that info below, along with a note from Nvidia.

"As gamers saw for themselves in the Destiny 2 PC Open Beta, Bungie's action game is extremely scalable, running well on a wide variety of old and new systems," explained Nvidia.

Source: dailystar.co.uk

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