Destiny 2 PC Details – 4K Resolutions, FOV, Framerate, Release Date + Brand New Screenshots

Activision has revealed some brand new details about the PC version of Destiny 2. Firstly, there is no release date for Destiny 2 PC, meaning that it may be delayed. Not only that, but Destiny 2 will be available exclusively via Blizzard’s Battlenet, and it will not be coming in other digital stores (like Steam or GOG).

The PC version of Destiny 2 will support 4K resolutions (3820×2160), uncapped framerates, mouse and keyboard with custom key mapping, text chat, adjustable Field of View, detailed PC settings screen and 21:9 monitors.

Activision revealed the specs of the PC systems that were featured in yesterday’s event. Those PCs were powered by an Intel i7-7700K CPU at 4.2GHz with 16GB of RAM and a GTX 1080Ti. Furthermore, the team shared an image showing the game’s PC controls.

Regarding Battlenet, here is what Blizzard had to say:

“Destiny 2 will be integrated into many of Blizzard’s existing social features—you’ll be able to chat with friends playing Destiny 2 the same way you already can for Blizzard games. Players will also be able to add friends and form parties the same way Blizzard gamers can. And, you’ll see a Destiny 2 status icon by your friends who are playing Destiny 2 the same way you do for friends playing StarCraft II, Diablo III, WoW, Heroes of the Storm, Hearthstone, and Overwatch.”

Last but not least, Activision released the following brand new screenshots for Destiny 2!

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