Bungie Extends Destiny 2 Open Beta Date
You'll get an extra day to find more errors as the developer continues to address them.
The Destiny 2 open beta has accomplished what it set out to do, namely find errors and issues in the game and address them before the game's launch in September on console and October on PC. Apparently, Bungie thinks it is going well enough to extend the beta an extra day to July 25, ending at 6 p.m. PT / 9 p.m. ET.
Players have found numerous errors and problems during the open beta, such as Olive, Moose, Weasel and Termite. Bungie has already rolled out beta update 1.04 to the PlayStation 4 to address various issues with the flora and fauna, but wants "additional service testing" with players. Bungie has also promised players that they are listening to their concerns, and have PvE improvements planned.
If you are playing the beta, be sure to check out our various guides, including Countdown PvP, Accessing the Farm Social Space, and whether Hawthorne is the Exo-Stranger.
Destiny 2 is scheduled to launch on Xbox One and PS4 on September 6, and on Pc on October 24. The delay on PC is to make sure they get the play right, given this is the first time the series will appear on the PC platform.
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