Later this month, on October 12th, the sci-amp shooter sequel, Destiny 2, will become available on Xbox Game Pass for PC. While the looter shooter has been available on the Xbox console side of Xbox Game Pass for more than a year, PC gamers have been waiting months to see it.
Last year, Activision revealed that the Destiny 2 console version would support 4K resolution at 60fps on both the Xbox Series X and PS5. The PC version releasing on Xbox Game Pass for PC will not be any different from what is currently available on Steam, but it will mean cross-play players will see a new Windows logo next to Xbox Game Pass for PC players, rather than the usual Steam one.
With its stasis-freezing abilities, Destiny 2’s Beyond Light DLC will be included in the full game. Despite this, Bungie has already stated that Witch Queen, the next major expansion for Destiny 2, will not be available on Xbox Game Pass at launch. The story of the sci-fi space series continues with Destiny 2: The Witch Queen, which is set to release on February 22nd, 2022.