Bungie reveals Destiny 2 gameplay changes for PC beta

Remigio Civitarese
Agosto 12, 2017

This week, Bungie gave a few more details on that subject to help PC players understand what will and won't work, and how it might affect their Destiny 2 experience. Matchmaking will take longer in hopes that the games will be more balanced by skill levels. Bungie have stated as much in the official announcement post on Bungie.net, where the developer warned players that the PC specs for the beta might not necessarily be the same for the full game. To address some of the biggest complaints made by players in the "Destiny 2" console beta, developer Bungie will be applying several changes.

In Quickplay, matchmaking times will be shortened but at the expense of skill levels being less emphasized in the process.

The Destiny 2 PC beta will begin on August 28 for those that pre-ordered the game, while everyone else will have to wait a day for the Destiny 2 PC Open beta on August 29. Bungie will also increase the winning score in Control from 75 to 100, and extend the trigger for the Mercy rule.

Meanwhile, how the new "Countdown" mode calculates skill has been tweaked. According to Gamespot, such glitches include the Infinite Super Glitch, in which Infinite Supers function properly until a player loses an eye.

Another issue that went undiscovered until players found it in the console beta was this glitch that allowed players to throw infinite grenades while playing as a Voidwalker.

The Warlock Glide Glitch has also been addressed by Bungie, nearly regrettably.

FIXED: Warlocks now have the same Melee Range as all other classes With the exception of where perks directly increase their range, Warlocks will punch like the rest of us. "We agree it was taking a bit too long to cook up a Super".

Naturally, this upset a lot of PC gamers, however today the team revealed that both the upcoming PC beta and the final version of Destiny 2 will feature an in-game FPS counter. "Our PC friends will get a chance to experience a world with consistent base melee ranges", Hamrick said. Further, grenades were tweaked to do more damage in PvE mode, Supers' recharge times were lowered, and there was an increase in Power Ammo drops for PvE.

"We want abilities to be slightly more rare, but worth it".

"The release of the highly anticipated "#Destiny 2" from Bungie fast approaching, and now is the season to participate in the game's #Beta.

The PC beta, however, will not be exactly the same as the one that players on consoles experienced, as Bungie applied several changes to improve the experience. Power ammo can also be directly farmed from all Yellow Bar Combatants.

Destiny 2 releases on September 6, 2017 for PS4 and Xbox One, and on October 24, 2017 for PC.

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