Back in March, the folks at Bungie and Activision officially took the wraps off the next installment in the Destiny franchise in the form of Destiny 2. The game was originally announced for the 8th of September, but the good news is that it has been announced on the Activision Blog that the release date has been moved up to the 6th of September instead.

This means that gamers will be able to expect the game a couple of days earlier than expected, which isn’t really much but is still pretty good news anyway. Now you might have also heard that Destiny 2 will be the first Destiny game in the franchise to be launched on the PC and whose date was set after the console’s release. Now according to Bungie, we have a specific date to look forward to and that is the 24th of October, 2017 where it will be playable via Battle.net.

In addition to the release dates, the beta dates have also been revealed. Gamers who pre-order the console version of the game can participate in the closed beta on the PS4 starting on the 18th of July at 10AM PDT, and Xbox One on the 19th of July also at 10AM PDT. Those who didn’t pre-order can participate in the beta on the 21st of July at 10AM PDT. All console betas will come to an end on the 23rd of July at 9AM PDT.

As for PC gamers, a beta has been planned for late August and that specific dates and details should be revealed soon enough.

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