Steam and Stadia Welcome Destiny 2

Destiny 2 for Stadia & Steam has been scheduled for an Autumn release with character and progress saves before the game’s transfer from Battle.Net.

The second installment of the very successful and well-known online RPG adventure series Destiny is Destiny 2.

Destiny 2, a huge multiplayer online role-playing game, will soon be available on Google Stadia and Steam.

Game is set to launch in September, announced by Destiny 2 and Halo series developer, Bungie Inc.

The future of Destiny 2 was a bit dubious since Activision and Bungie had a public breakup, but Bungie has made it plain that the game will continue, although with a new home.

Additionally, Bungie has claimed that the transition should be seamless and that all character equipment and game progress would follow the characters.

The fantastic news is that they’ve verified that characters may be moved from Battle.net to Steam.

The 2017 game’s primary narrative arc is playable by characters and occurs in a multiplayer, shared world setting.

Today’s announcement also includes Destiny 2’s arrival on Google Stadia as just a launch title.

Destiny 2: The Collection will include every DLC that has already been made available, as well as an Annual Pass and another DLC.

Google’s planned subscription-based game streaming service Stadia Pro is intended to make the game available for free to all users.

Scott Taylor, the production designer for Destiny 2, stated that cross-saving would be possible across Stadia, PC, and Xbox One when the game launches on Steam and Stadia. Sony has yet to confirm the capability for Playstation 4.

However, I wouldn’t get my hopes up if I were you, considering Sony’s stance on cross-platform functionality.

The game received good reviews on video game websites, earning 8 out of 10 on Gamespot and 8.5 out of 10 on IGN.

Since its initial release, Season 2 has received three additional pieces of content, adding new missions, NPCs, and material to the game’s mythology and narrative.

Additionally, the game has won several recognitions, including Best Online Game and Best Multiplayer Game at Gamescom 2017, and Best PC Game in 2017 from Game Critics Awards.

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