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Destiny 2's PC Launch May Be a Later Date

The live stream will provide eager Destiny fans with an opportunity to witness gameplay from the highly-anticipated Destiny 2 for the first time, ahead of its release later this year. Destiny had a ton of hype in 2014. This will be the first game developed by a separate studio to arrive for Battle.net, which has only offered Blizzard-developed games until now. Yesterday we reported that the game would run at 30 FPS on consoles, even during multiplayer, and today we have some even more disturbing news. Game director Luke Smith has clarified that the game's release date on PC will be revealed "in the coming weeks".

The makers of Destiny 2 have said the sequel will be filled with "amazing things to do" as the first gameplay was revealed.

"Our focus in terms of supporting non-Blizzard games is exclusively around Destiny 2", Blizzard writes. That said, it still looks a lot like Destiny 1 just got a major update, rather than a brand new game. There are also new activities in which to engage, like treasure hunts, NPC missions, and dungeons called "Lost Sectors". We don't know yet.

From there your Guardian's quest is all about retaking their home and getting their powers back.

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Ajinkya Rahane (34) and Rahul Tripathi (28) almost reached the target as they added 41 runs on the first wicket partnership. However, it took the Indian pace duo of Jaydev Unadkat and Shardul Thakur the first six overs to seal the fate of the game.

At launch, there will be the usual strikes, PvP and raid modes.

The game will also have custom key mapping and will, of course, be playable on mouse and keyboard. "Public Events" will also be available as events that happen on the fly while roaming the world that you can take on with up to nine other players. We hope they're right. But those same listings (on GameStop and Amazon) also now put the PC release date as September 8, which we know isn't the case, and the Destiny website says that "beta platform availability and launch date (s) TBD".

If this news wasn't disheartening enough, the confirmation that Destiny 2 won't have dedicated servers on PC will not be an easy pill to swallow, either.

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