The new delivery of Destiny will have exclusive content for Playstation 4 thanks to a series of exclusive agreements between Sony and Activision, but now it was also revealed through the official trailer of E3 – that the Destiny 2 PC version will arrive almost a month and a half after the arrival on consoles.

Destiny 2 will be released on October 24th For PC

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The game will be released on next generation consoles on September 6th (2 days before the original announcement), while on PC it will be on October 24 via Battle.net.  The beta will debut Tuesday, July 18 for folks who pre-order it for PS4. Xbox One pre-order players will be able to start playing the beta on July 19. Two days later, on July 21, the beta will open up to all PS4 and Xbox One players. The beta will end 35 hours later on Sunday, July 23. As for the PC beta, Activision is saying for now that it will be available in “late August.”
“Destiny was the biggest launch of a new console video game franchise. Together with our incredibly talented Bungie teammates, we’re focusing on making Destiny 2 attractive to more fans, with first-person action, an incredible new story, great characters and innovation that make the game more accessible to different types of players, “he commented The CEO of Activision, Eric Hirshberg, during the announcement. “We’re also bringing Destiny 2 to PC for the first time. Destiny 2 will make this great franchise bigger than ever. “

Previously we have presented  detailed information about the content and graphic options that the PC version will present. Soon we will have interesting news about this expected title.