The Destiny 2 beta may have ended for PlayStation and Xbox, but next up is PC which doesn’t open to the public until August 28th for those who have early access. Now we have a little bit more information as to how that’s all going to go down for those who were looking to get the game for the PC, as well as the Destiny 2 PC system requirements. If you didn’t pre-order the game for PC you will still have a chance to play the game the next day, August 29th and it’ll run until August 31st. Yesterday, DeeJ from Bungie posted some new about how this was the biggest beta ever and they learned a lot from it.
All told, this was the biggest Bungie Beta ever, and we’re not even done running eager test subjects through the obstacle course. We learned a lot about how we can improve the launch of Destiny 2 – on consoles, at least.
DeeJ also wasn’t shy about showing off what kind of specs you’ll need for your PC to at least run the beta for the time being. But of course, for a game that can reach up to 60fps and work well on a 4k display, you’ll need something in your rig to keep up. Check down below to see if you meet the requirements. If you do plan on upgrading your PC to meet or go over the requirements, Bungie has posted what works well already with the game and are subject to change before the launch date of the game.
Minimum System Requirements
- Intel – Core i3-3250
- AMD – FX-4350
- Nvidia – GeForce GTX 660 2GB
- AMD – Radeon HD 7850 2GB
Recommended System Requirements
- Intel – Core i5-2400
- AMD – Ryzen R5 1600X
- Nvidia – GeForce GTX 970
- AMD – Radeon R9 390
Bungie also outlined some acceptable hardware for those looking to upgrade their current PC to play the Destiny 2 Beta.
- CPU – Intel Pentium G4560
- GPU – Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 2GB
- CPU – Intel Core i5-7400
- GPU – Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 6GB
Bungie’s Event Machine
- CPU – Intel i7-7700k
- GPU – Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080Ti 11GB
Bungie also notes that these requirements are what is needed for the beta, and that the requirements may change prior to release. These specs ought to let you get the most out of quite a few PC games though, so you should be all set.
Are your PCs ready for the beta? I know mine is all set and ready to go. Do you guys think these specs may be a bit too much for anyone that’s trying to play the game for PC? Let us know by leaving your comments down below, or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.Source: Bungie
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