Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:04pm 02/10/19 | 0 Comments
With the re-titled Destiny 2: New Light now free-to-play across PC (via Steam), PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. A move that has seen servers reach capacity and queues prop up measured in the many thousands. So yeah, there's definitely some interest in new players jumping in. This migration and free-to-play change also comes alongside the new Destiny 2: Shadowkeep expansion which sends players back to the Moon.
Here's the launch trailer.
Shadowkeep is the next chapter in the Destiny 2 franchise, reuniting you with an old ally from the original Destiny, Eris Morn, to confront new Nightmares. Guardians will return to our Moon—twisted, reshaped, and haunted by the trials of our past—to confront new threats and uncover new additions to their customized arsenal. This is not the same Moon Guardians woke up to—new areas will be uncovered and once-familiar places have irrevocably changed. Destiny 2: Shadowkeep is the first expansion-level, stand-alone content we're delivering for Destiny 2—à la carte and requiring no ownership of previous content.
The new cross-save feature also means that Destiny 2 players either on PS4 or Xbox One can transfer their progress over to PC. Once the queues and launch issues are sorted of course.