Destiny 2 is one of the most anticipated games and Destiny fans are excited to see what the sequel has to offer. Destiny 2 beta will be coming to PC next month and the system requirements are surprisingly low. The game will also launch for PS4 Pro and Xbox one X and many were expecting the game would support HDR but, that is not the case.
In recent Q&A session at IGN, Bungie confirmed that Destiny 2 will not launch with HDR support on consoles. However, the studio assured that HDR will be added to the game after launch but, they can’t make any promises right now. However, the studio did not reveal the reason why HDR will not be supported at launch.
In terms of HDR, we won’t support HDR at D2 console launch. We’re really excited about the feature (I own an HDR TV and want it badly too!) and very much want to see it arrive sometime post-launch. But I can’t promise a date today.
Destiny 2 beta just ended recently, which gave players access to a story mission, PvP, and Strike. However, according to Bungie, the beta was just an appetizer.
According to Luke Smith, Destiny 2 beta was only the taste of a very small piece of the pie. He explained that the final game is massive in scale and offered much more. Destiny 2 has the ability to bring back players every week, says Smith.
We’re always excited to see reactions to anything we create. Our fans respond with excitement and areas we can improve and we’re happy to hear it. The beta is an extremely small slice, intentionally so. We’re actually keeping a whole bunch of the game secret. We’re not really showing any of our awesome worlds.
Destiny 2 is a first-person action shooter in development at Bungie and is scheduled to launch this fall for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.