Destiny 2 Now Free For PC Players


In a shocking transfer, Bungie has introduced that they’re making freely giving Destiny 2 at no cost to Battle.internet players. 

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“We know Destiny gamers that need to play on PC count on an incredible expertise, whether or not it’s on their very own or with their associates—so, our paramount concern was to maintain the discerning necessities of the PC group in thoughts, and welcoming the Battle.internet and Bungie PC communities collectively,” stated Destiny 2: Forsaken sport director, Steve Cotton. “With this reward we look ahead to seeing new Guardians in our universe.” 

If you don’t already personal Destiny 2 for PC, you’ll be able to obtain it at no cost through Battle.internet from at this time till November 18th. Once you may have downloaded it (the provide to take action ought to seem as a present), it’s yours to maintain ceaselessly. If you already personal Destiny 2 for PC, then you definitely’ll as an alternative have the ability to obtain an unique one-year emblem that will probably be obtainable someday in December. Furthermore, all Destiny 2 gamers will have the ability to play a free model of Forsaken‘s “Gambit” multiplayer from November 9-11. 

It’s additionally price declaring that Bungie not too long ago introduced that anybody who downloads the Destiny 2: Forsaken enlargement will obtain all earlier DLC content material for no further cost. That implies that Destiny 2 PC gamers can get caught up on all the sport’s content material for about $40. Not dangerous.

In reality, it is protected to say {that a} huge a part of the rationale that Bungie is doing that is to incentivize folks to obtain Destiny 2‘s Forsaken enlargement. That enlargement is also known as Destiny 2‘s Taken King; an enlargement that fully reimagines the sport and makes it about nearly as good as followers had been hoping it could be when it first launched. 

Between this and Destiny 2‘s pretty latest inclusions on the PlayStation Plus free sport lineup and the Humble Monthly subscription bundle, it actually appears that Bungie is doing every thing they will to point out followers that they’ve been placing a whole lot of work into fixing Destiny 2 after its considerably rocky launch. We’ll see if it really works. 

Matthew Byrd is a workers author for Den of Geek. He spends most of his days making an attempt to pitch deep-dive analytical items about Killer Klowns From Outer Space to an more and more perturbed sequence of editors. You can learn extra of his work right here or discover him on Twitter at @SilverTuna014

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