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June 13, 2017

Destiny 2 Is Coming To PC - All Thanks To The Collaboration Of NVIDIA with Activision and Bungie

By: Low Chern Lin


NVIDIA today announced it is partnering with Activision and Bungie, creators of the award-winning Destiny game franchise, to bring Destiny 2 to PC for the first time.

Destiny 2 on PC in 4K – only at NVIDIA’s booth! 

Campaign Mode will be made available for attendees to play in 4K at 60 FPS on dozens of GeForce GTX 1080 Ti-powered gaming PCs together with NVIDIA G-SYNC displays at booth 5230 in the West Hall.

4K PC gameplay trailer revealed

Having lent its gaming and PC development expertise to help bring the PC platform’s advanced gaming features to Destiny 2, you can watch the first-ever PC gameplay trailer over on the NVIDIA GeForce YouTube channel. This is the world’s first 4K resolution PC footage, powered by a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti and running at 60 frames per second.

Get Destiny 2 with select GeForce GTX purchase for limited time
In celebration of Destiny 2 coming to PC, gamers who purchase a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti or GeForce GTX 1080-powered graphics card, system or laptop will receive the game when it launches on PC, and get early access to the PC beta. This limited time offer runs from June 13, 2017, at 6 a.m. PT through June 27, 2017. Information is available on GeForce.com.

New NVIDIA Ansel and ShadowPlay Highlights titles announced

At E3, NVIDIA is also adding Ansel to Raiders of the Broken Planet and Dark and Light. NVIDIA collaborates with Activision and Bungie to Bring Destiny 2 to PC! 

Raiders of the Broken Planet and Absolver have been added to Lawbreakers as titles that will feature NVIDIA Highlights.

What else is there to see at the NVIDIA booth?

  • Experience 4A Games’ Arktika.1 and Ubisoft’s Star Trek Bridge Crew with Watson voice commands in VR
  • Get hands-on with new technologies, including Max-Q notebooks and G-SYNC HDR monitors
  • Play Agents of Mayhem on SHIELD in 4K with NVIDIA GameStream
  • Play pre-release demos of Agents of Mayhem, Absolver, Raiders of the Broken Planet, Project Cars 2, Strange Brigade, and Conqueror’s Blade

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