Destiny 2 coming to Xbox Game Pass
Destiny 2 is coming to Xbox Game Pass in September, and subscribers will have access to all of its expansions including Beyond Light.
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Like the changing of the seasons, there’s one thing you can count on every year: a major, game-changing Destiny 2 update from the team at Bungie. Following in the steps of expansions like Destiny 2: Shadowkeep and Destiny 2: Forsaken, this year we’ll be getting Destiny 2: Beyond Light, which will be hitting on November 10. Today, during the Xbox Games Showcase, we announced that more gamers will be joining the legions of fans playing Destiny 2 by bringing it to Xbox Game Pass. If you are one of the more than 10 million Game Pass subscribers, you’ll get access to all current Destiny 2 expansions starting this September. And when the standard edition of Destiny 2: Beyond Light is released, you’ll get that too.
In addition to goodies like new weapons, gear, and activities, Destiny 2: Beyond Light will introduce a new location (Europa, an icy moon of Jupiter), a new subclass (Stasis, the first new elemental power since the original Destiny), and a new raid called Deep Stone Crypt.
Since Destiny 2 will be part of Xbox Game Pass, that means Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers will have the ability to play Destiny 2 whenever and wherever they want on their phone or tablet, from the cloud. So if someone’s using the TV and you want to run your daily challenges or nab some Exotics from Xur, you’ll be able do so to thanks to cloud gaming, powered by Project xCloud.
Finally, we’re very excited to share that Destiny 2 will be joining our list of titles that are Optimized for Xbox Series X. Running in 4K and at 60 frames per second, Destiny 2 on Xbox Series X will quite literally be a game-changer for long-time fans and new players alike. Destiny 2 will also support cross-generation play and Smart Delivery, which will ensure that you always play the best version of Destiny 2, no matter which console you’re playing on.