Destiny 2’s Beta for PC is now dated

Activision is kicking off their Destiny 2 PC Beta ahead of the October 24 PC release of their eagerly anticipated multiplayer first-person shooter. The PC Beta kicks off August 28 for Early Access, and runs August 29 through August 31 for the Open Beta.

Interestingly, the PC beta (and the full game) will support full 4K (at 60fps), uncapped framerates, a full suite of adjustable graphics settings, full keyboard and mouse support, and 21:9 monitor support. That’s quite unprecedented as betas usually have limited graphical settings available.

Like the consoles beta before it, the PC Beta will feature Destiny 2’s opening campaign story mission “Homecoming”; the team-based collaborative Strike the “Inverted Spire”; as well as competitive multiplayer with two different maps, including the never-before-seen Javelin-4 map.

NVIDIA graphics cards owners, especially if you own a GTX 10-series card, will be happy to know that the game is optimized for NVIDIA GPUs. If you are looking to play the game at 4K at 60 frames-pers-seconds, your best bet would be a GTX 1080 Ti card.

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