Unlike the first game, Destiny 2 is coming to PC. PC gamers have had to patiently wait a few extra weeks since its launch on September 6 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Now the wait is nearly over. The cooperative third-person shooter will arrive on PC next week on October 24. Bungie and Activision have released a new launch trailer showing off the PC version.
Destiny 2’s PC launch is synchronized around the world, which gets tricky thanks to the whole timezone thing. There’s a handy map you can use below. For the US, Destiny 2 goes live at 10 am Pacific/1 pm Eastern.
You can begin pre-loading the game via Blizzard’s Battle.net October 18. Blizzard is owned by Activision, but Destiny 2 will be the first non-Blizzard title to appear on Battle.net.
Here are the PC system requirements to make sure you’re good to go.
The PC version of Destiny 2 will support 3K resolution, uncapped framerate, triple monitor support, and HDR. It has full mouse and keyboard support along with custom key mapping and a “detailed PC setting screen.”
Destiny 2 has been well-received by fans and critics, with a Metacritic score hovering around the upper 80s. Destiny 2 is rated T for Teen for Blood, Language, and Violence.