We are just a few hours away from the first gameplay of Destiny 2, sequel to the popular shooter that will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on September 8. However, the hype does not stop and the rumors continues to flow, that is why a user of NeoGAF has revealed information that comes from people who already had access to the title of Bungie.
According to the information from NeoGAF, Destiny 2 will allow cross-save between the versions of PS4 and PC that can be shared, but at the moment Microsoft has not enabled that feature for Xbox One; In that sense it is logical to think that the feature will also be integrated in the version of Xbox One, because in the end it accounts for a greater proportion of the PC.
On the other hand Destiny 2 will run at 60 frames per second and will feature support for PS4 Pro and Project Scorpio. Here there is highlighted a detail regarding the support because the information filtered in NeoGAF indicates that Destiny 2 will have support for the aforementioned consoles and for “the next PS4”, which makes a lot of thinking about a possible slim version of the Sony console or, even, in the new system of the PlayStation family.
Remember that at the time Destiny was developed on PS3 and Xbox 360 for later jump to the new generation, so it would not be weird to think that they have the game ready for an upcoming version of PlayStation.
Today will be revealed the first gameplay of Destiny 2, so do not forget to visit our website to get all the information about the next title of Bungie.