Destiny 2 PC beta requirements have been unveiled by NVIDIA. 4K @ 60FPS will be achieved if using a GTX 1080Ti.
Both NVIDIA and the creators of Destiny 2 Bungie and Activision have been working closely together to bring the Destiny franchise to PC. The game itself will be released on September 6th but for anyone that pre-orders the game will have access to the beta on the 28th of August. The public will also have access to the beta on the 29th of August and it will close on the 31st.
Before players can jump into Destiny 2 on their PC’s they should check the requirements. NVIDIA have released the full PC requirements including the minimum, recommended and of course what you will need to hit that amazing 4K @ 60FPS seen in the video trailer above.
The full list can be found below:
Activision, Bungie and NVIDIA have been working closely together to ensure gamers get the best possible visuals and performance with Destiny 2 on PC. The development team leveraged NVIDIA’s developer resources and advanced technologies to bolster that experience, too, with Bungie CEO Pete Parsons explaining that “the GeForce PC platform offers technologies and performance that allow gamers to see the Destiny universe the way we envisioned it for PC players.”
In order to get the optimal performance during Destiny 2‘s PC beta, you will need a GeForce GTX 660 (or GeForce GTX 1050 if you’re upgrading) to meet the minimum system requirements. However, if you want the level of visual fidelity showcased in the 4K trailer above, you’ll want to arm your rig with our obscenely fast GeForce GTX 1080 Ti.
Check out the full minimum and recommended PC system requirements below.
Destiny 2 PC Beta Minimum System Requirements
Destiny 2 PC Beta Recommended System Requirements
- CPU: Intel i5-2400, AMD Ryzen R5 1600X, or equivalent
- GPU: GeForce GTX 970 / GeForce GTX 1060
- RAM: 8GB
On top of ensuring your setup is ready to get the best possible Destiny 2 experience during the Beta, you will want to remember to download the Destiny 2 Beta Game Ready driver via GeForce Experience, which will be available before the beta goes live on August 28th.