It’s all happening.
Destiny 2 cross-save support has been confirmed, meaning Guardians will be able to jump between Windows PC (via Steam), Xbox One, PS4 versions of the game.
This is huge news for Destiny 2 players, meaning that friends who’ve started on different platforms can now group together on a single platform without having to grind up starting characters. Providing a player is happy to pay for content like Forsaken or Shadowkeep on a second platform, they’ll be able to engage in the likes of Raids and Exotic Quests on it with ease.
The support comes as something of a necessity, perhaps, with the news that Destiny 2 will leave Activision’s Battle.net launcher for Steam on 17 September, the same release date as Shadowkeep itself.
“Current PC players will be able to bring all of their progress and purchases with them, including their Guardians, their vaults, and all of their progress – at no cost,” Bungie detailed in a press release.
We had a ton of pre-E3 2019 news from Bungie surround Destiny 2 this morning. In addition to Steam and cross-save support, we were told of a move to a free-to-play model, Stadia availability and details of its next expansion, Shadowkeep.
Destiny 2 is currently available on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4. The title will also head to Stadia.