As Bungie told us via Twitter, the studio decided to extend the beta to the next online multiplayer shooter “Destiny 2” by one day. As it is said, the studio simply needs more time to test the title.
In recent days, interested players on the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 had the opportunity to take a first look at the online multiplayer shooter “Destiny 2” during the beta.
Selected elements of the campaign as well as the PvP component of the adventure are available. As Bungie recently confirmed, the beta to “Destiny 2” is technically based on a multi-month build. Much has been improved already, the studio continued.
In addition to these statements, Bungie once again took the beta to “Destiny2” and pointed out that the studio still needs some more time to test “Destiny 2”. As a result, Bungie decided to extend the beta by a little more than a day.
Originally should actually end today. Thanks to the extension, you can still play the beta to “Destiny2” until Wednesday, July 26th at 3 o’clock in the morning. The final version of “Destiny2” will be released on September 6th.
The implementation for the PC needs a little more time and is currently set for a release at the end of October.
The Destiny 2 Open Beta has been extended through Tuesday 7/25 for additional service testing. Expected completion is 6 PM PDT.
— Bungie Help (@BungieHelp) July 23, 2017