Destiny 2 is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its launch on Battle.net by making itself free until November 18th. But remember this is just the base game that's limited insofar as multiplayer content and events, and is more of a sampling to whet your appetite and buy into the new $40 Forsaken expansion.
Clearly, the idea is that you'll become invested enough in the base game to want to pay for the DLC.
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Players who already own Destiny 2 on PC will receive an exclusive emblem this December. New Battle.net accounts created after 11 a.m. PDT on November 2 (today), will be required to enable Blizzard's SMS Protect before claiming the game. It's not quite a free game, but it's certainly better than nothing. As a matter of fact, Bungie's science fiction shooter sequel was offered at no additional cost to PlayStation Plus subscribers back in September 2018, as the studio had been priming fans to get ready for the action-RPG's latest expansion, Forsaken. "We're pleased to support Destiny 2 as the first non-Blizzard game on our platform, and we look forward to joining fellow Guardians in their fight against the Red Legion".
This kind of tactic isn't anything new for Activision-Blizzard, who has held multiple free demos, trials and initiatives to attract new players. Either way, you'll need to redeem the code through the official portal on the Destiny 2 page here.