Blizzard to release PC version of Destiny 2

Blizzard to release PC version of Destiny 2

It’s official.

Blizzard will be partnering with Bungie and Activision to support the PC version of Destiny 2 exclusively via Battlenet, marking the first non-Blizzard Entertainment title to be distributed via the platform. This is contrary to the popular belief that the game will be released on Steam or another platform.

The console versions is set to release on September 8, but the PC version launch will come at a later date which has yet to be set, according to a report by PC Gamer.

 

We loved Destiny and think Destiny 2 is going to be a great game. Blizzard has an established and successful global internet infrastructure we’ve used for years to support our own games. Creating a new network client for Destiny 2, which is bringing the franchise to PC for the first time, would needlessly extend the development period for the game. We want to get our hands on Destiny 2 as soon as possible like everybody else, so we offered to share our PC platform with our sister companies for this release.

 

Read the full interview by visiting Blizzard website.

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