Watch Us Play 'Destiny 2'
Eyes up, Guardians. We're going to see how "Destiny 2" performs on PC.
You'll have to fork over $200 to get your hands on the popular rally racing wheel.
The Mortal Empires campaign will feature 117 factions spread out over 295 settlements.
The closed beta could start as early as November 30 if the stress test doesn't reveal any major problems with the game.
You'll also get to attack pirate bases and protect your mining fleet from computer-controlled enemies.
The pass is available for $40 or you can buy its contents separately. Three expansions are available for $15 while the final piece of content will cost you $20.
Konami also released details on additional content for those who pre-order the game.
Current owners of the game will also get a free update that brings back the challenging Elusive Targets.
The driver also introduces GPU Workload and Compute Support functionality.
The game will run on Vulkan because of id Software's recent success with it on "Doom."
You'll need a GTX 1070 or 1080 Ti to enjoy "Destiny 2" in 1440p or 4K.
The Seiren X is a more compact microphone, while the Kiyo features a built-in light ring to help illuminate your face.
The first of the four-day update includes a new map and taunts.
You won't get to try the raid or the Trials of the Nine until the week after the game's release.
You can check out multiple points of interest and learn more about the Martian surface.
Before you join the online battles, make sure you help Inferno Squad with Operation Cinder.
The update also includes new maps and an improved tutorial.
The game will receive keyboard, mouse, and controller support on PC.
The game will also not include keys or loot boxes. You'll need to play the game in order to get the best weapons and gear.
The studio, known for the "Dead Space" series, was currently working on a "Star Wars" game.
Use whatever weapons are at your disposal to take down the soldiers and mechs of the Nazi army.
Get ready to join the Crucible or try out the raid when Bungie's highly-anticipated game makes its PC debut.
"Turning Tides" also includes new aerial and naval vehicles to use in combat.
You can now use USB-connected webcams on the console when streaming content or hosting a video chat with friends.
The "Lethal Inventions" pack is the second of 12 free DLC drops coming to the game over the course of one year.