Destiny 2 Now Available On Next-Gen Consoles
Destiny 2 console players can now make the jump to PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X/S -- depending on your console of choice. Today, Bungie released the game on the latest consoles and players can upgrade for free and have access to all existing previously purchased content, unless it has been vaulted, of course.
The next-gen version of the game takes advantage of the latest tech, allowing players to experience the game in 60fps and 4k resolution -- although Series S will run lower. Players can also test the Crucible on the new systems by setting the PvP mode to 120fps on Xbox Series X and PS5.
If you've been playing with your friends on Xbox One and PS4, don't worry. You'll still be able to play with them as play works across console generation.
In addition to the new console launch, the Destiny 2 Companion App has received some love. An update dropped today adds the ability for players to acquire bounties while hanging out in the Tower, floating in orbit, or even if they're offline.
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