Just recently, it was confirmed that Destiny 2 will have its PC release date set for October of this year, with the title dropping on the platform a little more than two months after the science fiction sequel’s console iterations launch. With this being the case, PC fans may not be able to exercise patience for the forthcoming shooter as much as PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners, especially after watching Nvidia and Bungie’s new piece of footage highlighting the game running at 60 frames-per-second with 4K visuals on PC.
As seen below in the gameplay video for Destiny 2‘s PC version, fans of the franchise can get a look at the title’s Homecoming mission with incredibly crisp visuals that have a ridiculously smooth and fluid feel. While the footage is decidedly gorgeous, Nvidia and Bungie don’t offer it in a large quantity, as the video is only a minute and a half long.
The above video was published alongside Nvidia’s announcement that it will be partnering with Bungie and Activision for Destiny 2. This partnership will have Nvidia giving away copies of the upcoming science fiction shooter for free to those who buy a GTX 1080 or GTX 1080Ti graphics card, with the promotion starting today on June 13, 2017, and running until the end of this month on June 27, 2017.
Naturally, the PC platform is going to offer Destiny 2 fans the best graphics possible beyond those being offered on Sony and Microsoft’s consoles. As a matter of fact, the lattermost company’s newly enhanced system Xbox One X runs the game at 30 FPS, which many didn’t anticipate. In fact, most Guardians assumed when it was revealed Destiny 2‘s frame rate would be capped at 30 FPS on PS4 Pro that Microsoft’s then-named Project Scorpio would use its might as the most powerful console ever made to offer 60 FPS in the sequel. Alas, it looks like the PC remains supreme when it comes to projecting the most pristine visuals possible in gaming.
Destiny 2 is set to launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 6, 2017, and on PC on October 24, 2017.
Source: NVIDIA GeForce – YouTube