The first Destiny was never released on PC but the second episode of the Bungie series should see the light even on the Windows platform. The rumors about the arrival of the computer game are followed for some time and now it seems to be confirmed in the words of Jason Schreier, editor of Kotaku.
According to the news editor of Kotaku, Destiny 2 will also be available on PC. Kotaku, and Schreier in particular, proved to be a very reliable source when it comes to reveal what Bungie had in secrets for their fans in the past.
Responding to a question on Twitter Schreier says that he is absolutely certain that Destiny 2 (working title) will be available not only on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but will also arrive on PC. It is unclear if the game will be released simultaneously on all platforms or if the Windows edition will come later, anyway Schreier reaffirms the truth of the rumor of Destiny 2.
According to the latest report, the game will come at the end of 2017 and will be officially presented at mid-year, probably at E3 in Los Angeles. We are now looking forward to get more information on this news.
Having arrived almost at the end of 2016 with nothing but leak scattered and nothing official coming out about Destiny 2, it is likely that the hypothetical official release of the game is pointing out to be at the end of 2017, perhaps in the autumn although it will be – like any year – with be saturated with FPS titles.
@Gothalion It’s not on 360/PS3 so that job listing doesn’t say much. But I can confirm it’ll be on PC!
— Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) 16 November 2016