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Destiny 2 will be removed from Battle.net when its added to Steam

Remember to migrate your Destiny 2 account

Destiny 2 will be removed from Battle.net when its added to Steam

Destiny 2 will be removed from Battle.net when its added to Steam

This October, Destiny 2 is moving house, transferring itself from Activision Blizzard's Battle.net client to Valve's Steam platform. This move will coincide with the release of Destiny 2 Shadowkeep, which launches on October 1st. 

So what happens to all of the characters, loot and other items that are linked to my Battle.net account? Does that move to Steam as well? Yes, yes, it does. Bungie has announced that Destiny 2 players on PC will be able to link their Battle.net and Steam accounts. This move will ensure that their players; Guardians, items and progress will be available to them when Destiny 2 has moved to Steam. 

This transfer will be available at no cost, as Bungie hopes to make the transition as seamless and straightforward as possible. Starting today, players of Destiny 2 can sign up for an email notification for the transfer, which will let them know when they will be able to transfer their progress to Steam. You can sign up for an email notification using this link.   
   
When Destiny 2 releases on Steam, the base game will become free to play, enabling more gamers to experience Destiny 2's content without paying a penny. Bungie hopes that many of these free players will transition to become paying customers.  

   
Hop in your ship and get ready to move. Starting on October 1, Destiny 2 on PC is heading to Steam
and everything is coming with you.

As the PC version of Destiny moves to its new home, we’ll be enabling you to move your current
characters, gear, collections, and game purchases from Blizzard’s Battle.net to Steam. The process of linking your accounts will be begin on August 20. This will give our PC Community plenty of time to get their Guardians sorted and ready for the new launch on October 1.


You can join the discussion on Destiny 2's transition to Steam on the OC3D Forums

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09-08-2019, 07:25:45

Dicehunter
Already pre-ordered on Steam Quote

09-08-2019, 13:52:56

Damien c
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Already pre-ordered on Steam
Same and waiting to migrate my account across.Quote

10-08-2019, 10:55:15

Warchild
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Already pre-ordered on Steam
Me too.Quote

10-08-2019, 12:24:23

meuvoy
I really don't get why, no game publisher in this world is capable of just migrating the playerbase data... They need the player to actually step in and ask them to do it... Else you're fu#$&d.Quote

10-08-2019, 19:09:32

Warchild
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Originally Posted by meuvoy View Post
I really don't get why, no game publisher in this world is capable of just migrating the playerbase data... They need the player to actually step in and ask them to do it... Else you're fu#$&d.
Maybe because they don't know what platform you are migrating from or migrating to?

There is probably more to it than we understand.Quote
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