Destiny 2 Now Available For Xbox One and PS4

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Alternatively, you can pick up a 500GB Xbox One S along with a copy of Destiny 2 for a total of $239.99 over at Amazon US.

Bungie is aware of the problem and tweeted: "We are aware of player reports regarding game crashes in Destiny 2 on PlayStation 4, and are investigating". To make up for the delay, PC players can play Destiny 2 with uncapped frame rates, 4K resolutions and support for 21:9 ultra-wide displays, leaving the console crowd totally in the dust.

We're now about two months away from the actual launch of Microsoft's brand new Xbox One X console but that doesn't mean the company wants you to hold off on buying a console.

Last week, the first live action trailer for Destiny 2 came out and I didn't hate it, which surprised me because nearly all live action trailers for videogames are god very bad.

To actually join or invite someone to a fireteam, simply hit Triangle (PS4) / Y (Xbox One) to bring up your friends list. At launch, players will have access to the main story campaign, side quests called Adventures, Crucible PvP modes, Patrols, Strikes, and more.

Launching a huge game that only works when players are connected to the server is always something of a nervous time.

Some players are now reporting that they're unable to join a game in the Crucible. The product line-up also features the Destiny 2 - Game + Expansion Pass Bundle at $89.99 SRP, the Destiny 2 - Digital Deluxe Edition featuring premium digital content at $99.99 SRP, the Limited Edition at $99.99 SRP, and the Collector's Edition, featuring a fully-wearable Destiny 2 - Frontier Bag, Expansion Pass, premium digital content and a Cabal-themed Collector's Box for $249.99 SRP. Located in the European Dead Zone, The Farm will be Destiny 2's equivalent of The Tower, and will be the main social hub for Guardians as they prepare for missions. On September 13th at 10am Pacific time, the first raid will go live.

Despite the foibles around the original Destiny launch - namely its lack of meaty content - Bungie is hoping people jump right into Destiny 2 with zero hesitation. "Destiny 2 has it all", said Eric Hirshberg, CEO of Activision.

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