Destiny 2 will be free to download and keep - that's right, keep, this is no trial - if you claim it on Battle.net before November 18. Last month, Bungie also announced that Destiny 2's year one DLC, Curse of Osiris and Warmind, would now be included free with September's paid Forsaken expansion.
Destiny 2 is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Additionally, Destiny 2's Gambit mode will be having a free weekend on November 9 to 11.
Existing players of Destiny 2 PC will receive an exclusive emblem not available anywhere else, which becomes available in December, to commemorate the first anniversary of being on Battle.net. It's definitely better than a free to play period or a demo, so go ahead and take a look!
Now is definitely the flawless time to download Destiny 2.
Personally, I think its an excellent marketing strategy as new people will definitely jump in the game and quickly realise that Destiny 2 is probably one of the best shooters around as of now with an exact and sleek combat system, vastly colourful and artistic world and attractive orchestral soundtrack which is not a Halo rip-off this time.
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From now through November 18th, BattleNet PC players can claim and keep a free copy of Destiny 2.
The offer only applies to people who haven't downloaded Destiny 2 yet, of course.
Bungie additionally made a point to recognize the numerous players who officially claim the game on PC.
Destiny 2 has attracted legions of dedicated fans and has been enjoyed by millions of gamers around the world since launching in 2017.
As a component of the BlizzCon 2018 opening service, Destiny 2 designer Bungie seemed to make its very own declaration.