Destiny 2 – you can now preload the beta if you have a key
Next week, the console beta of Destiny 2, which has a key that also gives you access to the closed period, will be able to download the necessary files.
All we know about Destiny 2’s PC beta is that it will launch sometime in late August, but console players will be able to check out Bungie’s new game as early as next week. The creators have already started preparing for this, so the pre-orderers of the digital version and the owners of many beta keys to be drawn online can already activate their code.
The closed beta will be launched on PlayStation 4 for the first time, on July 18, at 9 pm Hungarian time, and then 24 hours later, Xbox key redeemers can join in the fun. On July 21, the console beta of Destiny 2 will open, which means everyone else can download the client on the console. Code activators, on the other hand, have been able to do this since last night. The files, by the way, take up roughly 12.5 gigabytes, and on Xbox roughly 12.8 GB. With the pretty nourishing characters of the beta, in addition to the first story post, we can try out a strike and two PvP modes, and on the last day, also from 7 pm Hungarian time, we can also see what Destiny 2’s new community space, Farm, looks like. .
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- Developer: Bungie
- Publisher: Activision
- Platform: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
- Style: Action, FPS
- Appearance: 09/06/2017
Continuing Bungie’s successful online FPS, Destiny 2 once again invites players and their Guardians to fight a new evil and army, the Red Legion.