Destiny 2 PC launch is just around the corner and in the anticipation of the game’s PC release, Bungie has revealed the schedule for Destiny 2 PC content detailing what content we will be getting at launch and for which content players will have to wait a bit.
In its weekly blog, Bungie detailed Destiny 2 PC content schedule. The game will launch on October 24 and PC players will have access to the game’s campaign and multiplayer features. PC players will also have access to Night Fall Strike in Normal, Prestige, and Guided Games mode.
As for the rest of the content such as Leviathan Raid, PC players will have to wait a bit. The Leviathan Raid and Trials Of The Nine will be available in week 2 after game’s launch on PC.
As for the Prestige mode for Leviathan Raid and Raid Guided Games, they will be available in the third week following the PC release.
As for the Trials of the Nine for consoles, Bungie has postponed it for two weeks because of the emote glitch that allowed players to go through walls.
During this time, the developers will be working to fix the glitch that allows players to go through walls and gain a competitive advantage over other players.
Recently, the news broke that Activision has patented a system that encourages players to buy in-game items through the use of some clever matchmaking. This also made Destiny 2 fans wonder if the game uses this algorithm and Bungie has clarified that Destiny 2 doesn’t use the patented matchmaking system.
Destiny 2 is a first-person action shooter developed by Bungie for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The PC version will be available on October 24 and is being worked on by Vicarious Visions.