Destiny 2‘s major May reveal event in Los Angeles came with a substantial hands-on demo, and I walked away from it pretty impressed.
Some fans were kinder to the sequel’s unveil than others—with many wondering if this was really worthy of its “sequel” designation.
Those fans didn’t get to play what I played: the new, monstrous Inverted Spire “strike” mission.
That changed on Tuesday (for those who jumped through Bungie’s pre-release hoops) with the launch of the Destiny 2 closed beta.
Anybody who pre-ordered the game for PlayStation 4 can now redeem a code and download the beta, which will be live until this Friday. Xbox One players must wait 24 hours longer for their shot, on Wednesday, July 19 because of whatever fat check Sony wrote years ago.
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