Destiny 2 is just a day away from launching for PC and Bungie has confirmed that the PC version of Destiny 2 will have aim assist same as the beta despite PC users complaining. According to the devs, they are enabling the aim assist to support controllers on PC.
Speaking with Telegraph, Vicarious Visions lead David Shaw confirmed that the PC version of Destiny 2 will feature aim assist for the controllers. However, he added that while no changes have been made to the aim assists despite the complaints from the beta but, it could change in the future.
So, we heard feedback on that and we’re definitely listening and we’ll continue to listen going forward, but right now we are planning to ship the controller similar to how it was in the beta. We think our controls on the controller are pretty good, and people seem to like them, and we think that the PC players should have the ability to play that way if that’s their choice.
Recently, Bungie announced that it has postponed the Trials Of The Nine due to an emote glitch that allows players to go through walls. However, the studio faced some criticism over this decision with players asking why the devs didn’t disable the emote instead of postponing the event.
However, Bungie has explained why it postponed the event instead of just disabling the emote. According to Bungie community manager, Chris “Cozmo” Spencer, Bungie did consider disabling the emote that caused the glitch which allowed players to go through walls and get an advantage but, this option wasn’t viable.
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.