After two years of being stuck in the pipeline, Bungie has officially introduced the much-anticipated Destiny 2 on PC to the public in Los Angeles, California on Thursday. Game director Luke Smith has clarified that the game's release date on PC will be revealed "in the coming weeks".
Destiny 2's launch date on PC is expected to be revealed "in the coming weeks". Luke Smith has emphasised that the date published recently on e-commerce sites GameStop and Amazon is for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions. Destiny 2 will be out on consoles on September 8.
For the PC versions, Smith admitted that the developers cannot commit to a particular date as of now.
Gearing up PC build
In response to criticisms due to the delays of the game's release, the director vowed to keep an eye out on providing fans more details about the date sooner. He may not commit to a date as of this time, Smith stressed that his team is unswerving to make Destiny 2'c PC build great.
"Our partnership with Blizzard and being on Battle.net, we want to make sure that this version of the game has the time it needs to bake in the oven so it's a delicious piece of bread when it comes out," reports PC Gamer.
From the recent presentation for Destiny 2 on PC, fans can expect the first-shooter video game to reflect a tonne of similarities to the first instalment. Nevertheless, Bungie has implemented some changes in the gameplay.
In Countdown, the new 4v4 competitive PvP mode, the first team pull off six rounds of either arming or disarming bombs wins. The Inverted Spire, a three-person cooperative strike, is another mode that fans should wait for.