Bungie announced a special Destiny 2 broadcast for tomorrow, but some of the news is being revealed in advance, due to the dataminers that have investigated the game files.
Yesterday the possibility of Destiny 2 taking you to the moon was advanced as part of its next great expansion – called Destiny 2: Shadowkeep and which will represent the first major event in the “new phase of Destiny 2”, but now other important steps have been revealed for the game.
After a new datamine found references to Cross-Save in the Destiny 2 files, Kotaku says it has been informed that Bungie will even implement this feature soon and you will be able to transfer your progress between different platforms.
Second advanced by Kotaku, Destiny 2 will be one of the games that will be available at the launch of Google Stadia, Google’s streaming service which you will know more about tomorrow, in a presentation broadcast live.
Bungie is implementing shareable progress across platforms in Destiny 2, but the information indicates that it will be possible between Xbox One, PC and Google Stadia – the PS4 version is not yet confirmed.
Kotaku says that 4 sources with knowledge on the subject confirmed that Cross-Save will be revealed tomorrow and two of them say that PS4 is still an uncertainty.
With this new feature, you will be able to play Destiny 2 away from home on your PC, via Google Stadia, and download the progress to continue playing on the console when you get home.