In the past couple of days, we have been hearing more about the Destiny 2. Bungie’s multiplayer action title was revealed in its all glory and since then, the title has been popular all over the internet.

However, news of the day is that Destiny 2 will not be running at 60 frames per second on the PlayStation 4 Pro and the players will have to deal with the 30 FPS. The PlayStation 4 was designed with additional horsepower to run games at 4K and 60 FPS, but apparently that’s not the case here.

The word was shared by game director Luke Smith lately who believes that the CPU’s horsepower wouldn’t handle the game at 60 FPS considering the size of the game, physics and other settings. Unfortunately, the PS4 Pro owners will have to run the game at 30 frames per second.

Its shocking how the most powerful console available in the market couldn’t handle Destiny 2 at its best settings and also a moment of concern for the console owners whether it will be able to deal with the future titles as well.

While the PC gamers will be running the title with 1080p, 4K or any higher resolution and uncapped FPS freely, depending ton the hardware they own. The PC version is being developed with the help of Blizzard which is one of the highly experienced developer studio.

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On the other hand, the studio is yet to decide on the game’s Xbox Scorpio port and settings. Currently, they haven’t started their work and will update us in the future.

Destiny 2 releases on September 8th for PS4 and Xbox One and sometime later on PC. Stay tuned for more updates!