The selected PC systems mentioned include Nvidia's own GeForce GTX Battlebox range, which was recently refreshed to feature its newest Pascal-based graphics cards, and the likes of third-party vendors including CyberPower PC, Digital Storm, Maingear and Origin.
KitGuru Says: I have high hopes for Destiny 2 on PC so hopefully that beta happens sooner rather than later.
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During this year's E3 Bungie had a sitdown with one of the many hosts of the E3 live-streams, Geoff Keighley, and they revealed that there will be forced parity between the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X for Destiny 2. The console has "tons of GPU power" but the CPU, which is slightly upgraded from the standard PS4, can not handle all of the AI, monsters, vehicles, projectiles, and physics running at 60 fps.
NVIDIA has also released an exclusive trailer of 4K/60 gameplay, and all I can say is: it's fantastic to see Destiny running at 60 FPS. Unlike the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions, this game will run at 60 frames per second. Or whether or not it's being played on a PS4 Pro or Xbox One X. Oh, and before you jump to conclusions the PC version will ship with a FOV slider. As of right now, we know that the game will run at 30 FPS on Xbox One X. While the Xbox One and PlayStation versions launch on September 6, the PC version won't hit the streets until October 26, Activision confirmed at E3 2017.