Bungie releases Destiny 2's PC system requirements and beta dates

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Bungie releases Destiny 2's PC system requirements and beta dates

Bungie releases Destiny 2's PC system requirements and beta dates

 
The PS4 and Xbox One betas for Destiny 2 are over, leaving PC as the only platform that lacks any form of pre-release beta/demo content. Now Bungie, the developer behind the game, has revealed that the game's PC beta will take place at the end of August.
 
This will be an open beta, though those who pre-order the game will be able to play it in a day early, giving them some additional time to play the game. Below are the start dates for Destiny 2's PC beta. 

  

Destiny 2 PC Beta

Early Access: August 28
Open Beta: August 29
Beta Ends: August 31

 

Bungie releases Destiny 2's PC system requirements and beta dates  

Below are the PC system requirements for Destiny 2's PC beta, though these requirements are likely to change as the game is developed further. 

 

Recommended Spec

CPU - Intel - Core i5-2400 or AMD - Ryzen R5 1600X
GPU - Nvidia - GeForce GTX 970 or AMD - Radeon R9 390
RAM - 8GB
 
Minimum Spec

CPU - Intel - Core i3-3250 or AMD - FX-4350
GPU -Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 2GB or AMD Radeon HD 7850 2GB 
RAM- 6GB
 
 
Destiny 2 will release on PC on October 24th. 
 
 
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28-07-2017, 11:39:48

TheF34RChannel
I'll let the beta decide if I'll buy it or not. Not looking for another impossible loot grinder like the division. Can't wait for the demo though!Quote

28-07-2017, 11:49:43

Dicehunter
Intel - Core i5-2400 or AMD - Ryzen R5 1600X

Odd comparison in the recommended specs list with the 2400 being a 7 year old chip.Quote

28-07-2017, 13:29:56

Warchild
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Intel - Core i5-2400 or AMD - Ryzen R5 1600X

Odd comparison in the recommended specs list with the 2400 being a 7 year old chip.
but considering the performance of it, is it really an odd comparison?

Perhaps their not buying into intels game of "you need the latest equal performing processor to play this"Quote

28-07-2017, 13:46:11

TheF34RChannel
Quote:
Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
but considering the performance of it, is it really an odd comparison?

Perhaps their not buying into intels game of "you need the latest equal performing processor to play this"
Still a bit odd since they said their game would utilize as many cores are available, so it makes little sense to list that old 2400 imo.Quote

28-07-2017, 13:59:26

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
but considering the performance of it, is it really an odd comparison?

Perhaps their not buying into intels game of "you need the latest equal performing processor to play this"
Yes. A 1600 would run circles around that old CPU.Quote
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