Destiny 2‘s PC version will be exclusively coming to, Blizzard Entertainment’s game launcher client that powers major Blizzard titles like Overwatch and World of Warcraft. The news comes from an on-stage appearance from Eric Hirshberg, CEO of Activision, and Mike Morhaime, president of Blizzard Entertainment, during today’s Destiny 2 reveal. is the architecture that supports Blizzard’s titles with features like online matchmaking, voice chat, and game purchases. Destiny 2 marks the first non-Blizzard game to use the service. Bungie and Blizzard’s shared publisher, Activision, likely played a huge role in making the match happen.

As far as adding non-Blizzard games to goes, Blizzard announced that they have no further plans for it beyond Destiny 2. “Aside from potentially evaluating needs or opportunities for future Activision games, we don’t have any short- or long-term plans to support third-party games with,” they stated.

Destiny 2‘s PC version will come a little after its September 8 console release. PCGamer’s interview with Bungie revealed that PC gamers will need to wait a little bit longer to play.

“Our partnership with Blizzard and being on, we want to make sure that this version of the game has the time it needs to bake in the oven so it’s a delicious piece of bread when it comes out,” game director Luke Smith stated. Smith further stated that Bungie will try to provide a date in the next few weeks.

When it does arrive, it’ll be well worth the wait. The PC version was announced with a lot of impressive features that include: 4k Resolution Support (3820×2160),uncapped framerate, full mouse and keyboard support with custom key mapping, text chat, adjustable Field of View, a detailed PC settings screen, and 21:9 monitor support.

We’ll hopefully learn more details about the PC version and how it’ll handle the pre-order beta test in the future.

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