Destiny 2 PC Beta is just around the corner and Bungie has assured that Destiny 2 will feel like a native PC game as the game has been built for PC hardware. Also, Bungie has already revealed the system requirements for the PC version and they are surprisingly low.
Speaking during the Nvidia conference at Gamescom 2017, community manager Deej revealed that the development team on the PC version wanted to treat PC gamers as first-class citizens and to achieve that the game has been developed from the ground-up for PC hardware.
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
Since the reveal of the game, Bungie has assured that the PC version of the game will not feel like a console port and has been working to make sure of it.
However, the PC version will block third-party apps for in-game captures and voice chat. Bungie has announced that some of the third-party apps for in-game capture and voice chat will not work properly with Destiny 2 on PC. According to Bungie, the studio is blocking these third-party apps to prevent cheating in Destiny 2 on PC.
To help ensure that every player will have a fair shot at fun and glory in Destiny 2 on PC, we resist attempts by third-party applications to insert code into the game client. This may result in incompatibility between Destiny 2 PC and the features of common third-party applications.
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.