At Gamescom 2017, Bungie and NVIDIA revealed that Destiny 2 will support HDR and SLI. These features will be supported from the get-go, and HDR support will also be available during this month’s open PC beta testing phase.
In the past few months we’ve seen a lot of games not supporting multi-GPU configurations, so it is at least a relief that this upcoming triple-A title will support them.
Destiny 2 on the PC will feature an uncapped framerate, support for 4K resolutions, mouse and keyboard with custom key mapping, text chat, adjustable Field of View, FPS counter, framerate target option via the configuration files, detailed PC settings screen and 21:9 monitor support.
Destiny 2’s PC open beta phase will begin on the 29th of August and will last until the 31st. The full game is currently scheduled for an October 24th release.
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