If you’ve been patiently ready for Destiny 2
to lastly obtain crossplay, you’ll be glad to know that we’re one step nearer to that taking place. Developer Bungie hasannounced a crossplay beta consisting of distinctive Vanguard Strikes can be out there from the twenty fifth to twenty seventh May, on its weekly blog
.Whilst this isn’t a full-on crossplay drop, it does counsel that the long-awaited characteristic continues to be on observe to be rolling out later this yr. Bungie will use the information it receives again from this beta to proceed its growth of the Destiny 2 crossplay, sprucing up for its eventual launch.
The beta can be open, that means anybody that performs the sport on any of the sport’s supported platforms (Playstation, Xbox, Steam and Stadia) will be capable of take part on the crossplay beta. Perhaps the best factor concerning the beta take a look at for followers is that anybody who takes half and completes three Vanguard Strikes will obtain an unique Star Crossed emblem in consequence.
However, that is very a lot a beta take a look at, and due to this fact not the entire options of crossplay can be out there in the course of the beta interval. Unfortunately, gamers received’t be capable of add pals or type fireteams within the beta, although this can be out there when the complete crossplay replace is launched.
Of course, this isn’t the primary style of crossplay that Destiny 2 followers have had, as a bug beforehand prompted crossplay to go live months forward of its scheduled launch, earlier than being manually disabled. Bungie plans to launch Destiny 2 crossplay this fall, as a part of Season 15.
Liam Wiseman is a Freelance News Writer for IGN. Follow him on Twitter @liamthewiseman