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Destiny 2 Next-Gen Upgrades Revealed

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Bungie has recently unveiled what are the new features that Guardians can expect from Destiny 2 ahead of the next generation of consoles.

Destiny 2 will launch on December 8 for next-gen consoles, faster loading times, however, the current-gen version of the game can work on both Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 with cross-generation play at launch.

The next generation optimized version of Destiny 2 will launch on December 8. According to Bungie, all the next-gen consoles will run the game at 60FPS, the goal is to close the gap between the PC.

  • We are offering Field of View customization on consoles for the first time. Our goal is to enable a FOV range similar to that on PC. We’re currently testing these settings to ensure smooth performance across each platform and will have additional details closer to launch.
  • There will be noticeable improvements to things like loading the game and inspecting character inventory. However, some load times are dependent on networking and matchmaking. So, loading activities still takes time while you search for opponents.
  • For cross-generation play, Xbox Series X|S players can play with Xbox One players. PlayStation 5 players can play with PlayStation 4 players.
Feature Xbox Series X PlayStation 5 Xbox Series S
Resolution 4K 4K 1080p
Framerate 60fps 60fps 60fps
Field of View Slider Yes Yes Yes
Faster Load Times Yes Yes Yes
Cross-Generation Play Yes Yes Yes
Next-Generation Upgrade Free Xbox Smart Delivery Yes Xbox Smart Delivery

Destiny 2 Beyond Light is scheduled to release on November 10, along with the new adventure the development team also is changing how players can customize ghosts and armors through new Mod Items.

Destiny 2: Shadowkeep currently features The Festival of the Lost, a Halloween event that added special themed-costumes via a new line of armor ornamets.

Source: Bungie

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