Destiny 2 is scheduled to receive a free trial version tomorrow, giving players the opportunity to take the sequel out for a test run before purchasing.
The official announcement details that the free trial version will feature the European Dead Zone (EDZ) and Titan as the only two accessible locations, in addition to the social hub called the Farm. Players will be able to complete missions from the single-player campaign on these aforementioned destinations as well as partake in competitive multiplayer in the Crucible with a restricted playlist. They can also enjoy being part of clans and all related functionalities such as experience points.
The character progression will be locked to level 7, and those who want to proceed further must eventually purchase the full version of Destiny 2. Take note that any progression made, and items collected, in the free trial will carry forward as long as the account used is the same.
The free trial version will be available for Destiny 2 on November 28 across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. A similar trial version was released for the original installment as well a few months after its release back in 2014.
Most recently, Bungie promised to detail upcoming significant changes to the rewards and economy systems in Destiny 2 later this week. These are set to arrive alongside Curse of Osiris, the first expansion pack, next week.