Destiny 2 launched over a month ago for consoles and within just a month the game has become the best selling game in the US. The news comes from NDP report which suggests that Destiny 2 went on to become the best selling game in the US for the year of 2017 in the month of September.
Destiny 2 launched on September 6 and the game’s sales within the month of its launch were enough to make it the best selling title of 2017 in the US and the PC version has not even launched yet. The game has also surpassed the launch month sales of its predecessor.
However, Destiny 2 becoming the best selling game of 2017 in the US is hardly surprising since the game had an incredible hype in the follow-up to its launch. Also, this is despite the fact that retail sales for the game dropped 58% compared to its predecessor.
With Destiny 2 a day away from launching for PC, Bungie has revealed that the aim assist in the PC version will not see any changes from the beta despite the negative feedback from those who played the beta on PC.
However, while no changes have been made to the aim assists despite the complaints from the beta but, it could change in the future.
Also, Bungie has explained why it postponed Trials Of The Nine 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.