For those of you out there who have been enjoying the Destiny 2 beta for the past couple days, you’re in lucky. The beta has been extended to allow for additional testing of the servers. Players will now be able to enjoy the Destiny 2 beta through July 25.
In order to take advantage of the extra day, you’ll have to download the beta before 8 p.m. PT. If you already have the beta downloaded, you won’t have to do anything that your time will automatically be extended.
By now, players on all platforms but PC will have been able to jump in the beta and try out a few different features. The beta gaves players access to the Inverted Spire strike, a new 4v4 PvP mode called Countdown and the first campaign mission in the game.
Bungie warns that interruptions are to be expected during some of the more strenuous testing. At this point, we’ll likely only see players repeating the strike over and over or trying their hand in PvP. WIth Destiny 2, all of the PvP modes have been revamped to accomodate for 4v4 action.
None of your stats or gear will carry over into the official game but that shouldn’t stop you from getting all the loot you can get. There’s a few different Exotic weapons players can try out before the game officially releases. On top of the new Exotics, players can also try out the changed subclasses and their different abilities. One of the major changes introduced is the Hunter’s Golden Gun now has multiple shots instead of the singular shot from Destiny 1.
Destiny 2 will be coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 6. PC players will have to wait a little bit longer for their day. The PC beta will begin some time in August while the release date is set for October 24.