Bungie Wants You To Try Out Destiny 2 This July

Bungie’s Destiny 2 upcoming open beta will start from July 21st till July 23rd, ahead of its official launch in September for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The PC’s beta will be release around August though. For those who pre-ordered the game, you can access the beta on July 18th on PlayStation 4 and July 19th on Xbox One.

The open beta will include Destiny 2’s ‘Homecoming’ campaign mission, the cooperative three-player strike in ‘The Inverted Spire’ and two multiplayer modes called ‘Countdown’ and ‘Control’. Players will be rewarded during the beta for defeating Cabal, Vex, or other Guardians, however, character progression will not be carried over to the final version of Destiny 2 on September 6th.

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Destiny 2 Open Beta Details

Homecoming: The opening mission and cinematics from Destiny 2’s Campaign.

Countdown: Enter the Crucible to battle other Guardians in a brand new mode. Attack or Defend the base on a new map custom-built to support this new game type.

Control: The original standard for Crucible combat is back, with some impactful changes. Control the zones on another new map built with this objective in mind.

The Inverted Spire: Strike at the heart of a Vex stronghold. Bring two willing allies, or let Matchmaking introduce you to a Fireteam of Guardians.

New Subclasses: The new fighting style for each Class will be at the ready. Choose from the Dawnblade Warlock, Arcstrider Hunter, or Sentinel Titan.

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