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And it's relatively straight forward with players being able to select a primary account for the planned Cross Save feature coming to Destiny 2 and from there all connected accounts will have access to characters and gear. Which means there won't be merging, so if PC is your primary platform then those characters will appear when you play on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One - and vice versa.

Bungie notes that the feature will go live in the coming months, ahead of the free-to-play relaunch for Destiny 2 called Destiny 2: New Light. Bungie adds that expansions and purchases will still be platform-specific and not part of the Cross Save feature, "Expansion ownership (Forsaken, Shadowkeep) is tied to the platform's store it was purchased on. Players will need to purchase expansions on each platform that they wish to play that expansion content on."

Cross Save is the first step to unifying the Destiny audience with Bungie noting that although currently not on the cards at the moment - in an ideal world cross-play will also become part of the equation.

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