A few days ago, Bungie broadcast a special broadcast to talk about the future of Destiny 2 now that they are no longer linked to Activision. Part of that future plan is to bring the PC version of the game to Steam, leaving behind the Blizzard shuttle. However, that does not mean that we will only be able to play Destiny 2 from Valve’s shuttle. In fact, those responsible do not close the door to publish the game on any other platform, such as Epic Games Store.
” We are not tied to Steam exclusively ” explains Mark Noseworthy, producer of the game, during an interview at the E3 Coliseum. ” [The plan we have unveiled] is where we are going this year, we want to play that you can play at any time and place with your friends, and we want you to find it in multiple places, so it is totally conceivable that some day we are in Epic Games Store and other shuttles in different regions. But for us, it made sense to do it on Steam this year ”
Destiny 2’s migration from Blizzard’s client to Steam will take place on September 17, and we’ll be able to take our licenses and progress with us. On the same day, Destiny 2: Shadowkeep, its new expansion, is released, as well as the cross-game feature and Destiny 2: New Light, a free-to-play version that includes the base game and its first two DLCs as a point of entry for new players.