Destiny 2 gets PC launch trailer, to release next week

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As you'd expect, the decision has divided the Destiny 2 community, with players feeling like using any exploits or glitches should disqualify a team from world first status.

The blog also revealed that, starting on October 31, there will be optional Raid Challenges implemented on each of the Raid's encounters.

For the time being, you can count the days to the game's release on PC, as it'll be available starting on October 24 at 1 PM EDT.

Details of what Raid Challenges will actually entail have not yet been made clear, and it seems like part of the difficulty will be working out each week's task. Because of another glitch, the Destiny 2 Trials of the Nine event will have to be postponed for a whole two weeks. The Guided Games feature will be included on this day as well, which would be a good way to group up with other players.

According to Bungie, the studio is now working on a fix for this emote bug and whilst the event is offline this will give them a chance to test out and prevent any exploits that might be found in the competitive mode. Specifically, the post mentioned the timeline of upcoming activities over the next few weeks as well as known issues ahead of the game's release.

'Destiny 2 is an action shooter that takes you on an epic journey across the solar system.

With every weekly reset, you'll see a new challenge in a different raid encounter. Clan Redeem didn't use the glitch that caused the raid to be delayed, but they did use the coil glitch to get their kill.

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