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Nvidia and Bungie Team up for Destiny 2 HDR and SLI Support

At Gamescom 2017, Nvidia announced that it’s working with Activision and Bungie to feature SLI and HDR support on Destiny 2 and Middle Earth: Shadow of War games.

This move does not come as a surprise since earlier at E3 2017 Nvidia announced itself as a close partner with Bungie for Destiny 2. At E3 2017, they mentioned that the game will support 4K resolution, uncapped frame rates, an adjustable field of view and many other graphical enhancements for the PC version.

Destiny 2 PC Beta starts 28th August and Nvidia relaunched a promotion bundle for gamers. Those who buy GTX 1080 and 1080 Ti between 23rd to 26th August will get a Free Destiny 2 game. Including certain premium in game contents for free.

Nvidia also announced that they will be launching a Destiny 2 optimized driver soon and this week they’re having a contest to give away Destiny 2 early beta access keys. Earlier in July, Nvidia also revealed minimum and recommended system requirements for the game. It can run on a GTX 1050 but recommended card is GTX 1060.

Of course, players who want to play that game on triple digit frames with ultra settings will need to buy a high-end graphics card such as a GTX 1080/ 1080 Ti. Now judging from the active support Nvidia is offering to promote the game along with its brand, seems very clear that gamers owning a Nvidia card and willing to buy the game will get the best experience of them all.

Destiny 2 is the successor to the popular Destiny franchise released on consoles in 2014. The game blends RPG customization elements with First Person Shooter. Having 4K and HDR support will greatly benefit users owning Top-Tier graphic cards and 4K TVs. To get the best experience possible Nvidia is also providing early driver support to optimize FPS in game.