Destiny 2 Will Have “Meaningful” Dedicated Features for PC; Activision Talks Post-Launch Content

PC players will apparently be able to take advantage of "meaningful" dedicated features in Destiny 2, while other Activision studios will help with post-launch content.

on May 4, 2017 5:22 PM

During Activision’s quarterly conference call for investors and analysts, CEO Eric Hirshberg talked more about Destiny 2.

First of all, we get an interesting mention of the PC version of the game, that will have dedicated features.

“With respect to PC, we’re committed to deliver meaningful features that are bespoke for the PC community, and I’m really excited about what we have to show for them, but I’m gonna leave the details of those for our gameplay premiere event, which is happening on May 18th, and we’ll have exciting announcements on the game at that time as well.”

Hirshberg also mentioned that Destiny 2 pre-orders are among the best in Activision Publishing’s history (earlier today, we heard that they were off to a very strong start, and that SKUs with the expansion pass are the most pre-ordered), and that Bungie will “definitely” deliver a great game.

We also learn that Destiny‘s engagement has been the best in Activision’s history, and that another free update for the older games is coming.

Interestingly, the publisher intends to “couple Bungie’s visionary leadership with multiple triple-A developers that have a proven track record at Activision” to make sure that “one great piece of new content after another to keep the community engaged” is released.

If you want to see more about Destiny 2, you can check out the reveal cinematic reveal trailer. The game will be released on September 8th for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Today, Activision announced its financial results for the first quarter of Calendar year 2017, and you can read them in detail here.

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