It should be noted that these specs can change from the beta to the full game, when Destiny 2 eventually releases on PC on October.
The "Destiny 2" PC beta is set to launch on August 28.
But this isn't the only difference between the different beta tests. As such, here's a list of the major adjustments in the PC Beta. This is the fastest route to a game, but you may face opponents outside of your comfort zone. For example, the winning score in Control has been bumped up to 100 from the previous 75 to allow more time for the players to play the game and use their abilities, while the Mercy rule has been tuned to trigger less often.
According to Bakken, among the changes that players will experience is in the reduced Quickplay Matchmaking times. These matchmaking settings may take longer, but we feel that the quality of the gameplay experience will be worth the wait.
Bungie will look to make the franchise's first look on the PC successful through some changes that it will apply to the beta version of Destiny 2, as the developer addresses some of the biggest complaints made by players in the console beta. Among these include fixing the Infinite Super, Infinite Grenades, [VIDEO] and the Warlock Glide glitches.
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FIXED: Infinite Grenades Glitch Another issue found with the help of our friends in the console Beta.
With the exception of where perks directly increase their range, Warlocks will punch like the rest of us.
"We remain committed to creating a positive and fair in-game experience in all of our products, and believe that this is a necessary measure in bringing you a great gaming experience in Destiny 2 on PC". "We agree it was taking a bit too long to cook up a Super". Further, grenades were tweaked to do more damage in PvE mode, Supers' recharge times were lowered, and there was an increase in Power Ammo drops for PvE.
"We want abilities to be slightly more rare, but worth it".
This is something we had felt internally and have been slowly tuning up over the last several weeks.
Power Ammo will be found more regularly, and can also be farmed from yellow bar enemies.
Before that, PC owners will get their hands on the Destiny 2 beta starting Monday, August 28, for those who pre-ordered the game or have an early access code via Blizzard's Battle.net. The PC beta will conclude for everyone August 31, less than a week before Destiny 2 releases on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Destiny 2 is scheduled to launch this fall and unlike the first game, the sequel will also launch for PC along with the console.