Bungie’s forthcoming shooting title Destiny 2 is getting closer to its release and since recent past few days, there was a confusion related to the game’s release on popular digital store, the Steam.

Some reports suggested that the PC version of the game will be made available on the Steam following the micro-transaction currency that was spotted over the digital store. However, it appears that there was a bug or a kind of problem with the Steam and they are already working on a fix.

The announcement was made by Bungie’s community manager David “Deej” Dague who tweeted that there was a mistake with the silver currency and Valve is working on a fix. Vavle also offered apology to the fans over the confusion.

In another tweet, he also confirmed that the studio will stick with the Blizzard’s Battle.net and there are no plans to launch the title on Steam.

Battle.net is owned by Blizzard, another online platform for the titles such as Overwatch and some others as well. The game’s PC beta is due later this month and previously, Bungie announced that it will not support third part applications such as Fraps, hardware monitor programs and voice chat applications as well.

See also: Destiny 2 To Have More Than 80 Missions, Details on Story Mode and Other Content also Emerge

The game is scheduled for release on October 24th for PC. Stay tuned for more updates!

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