Destiny 2 launched on Xbox and PS4 on September 6th of a year ago, followed by its PC launch through Battle.net on October 24th.
Destiny 2 will be free to download from November 2nd to the 18th.
Destiny 2 will be free to download and keep - that's right, keep, this is no trial - if you claim it on Battle.net before November 18. The news was announced on Friday at BlizzCon during the opening ceremony. So, considering how this particular distribution method worked out well for Bungie when D2 went free for a month on PS4-the game managed to top digital console sales for September-it wouldn't be too surprising if PC fans wind up dropping some coin on the DLCs in order to keep playing. New Battle.net accounts created after 11:00 a.m. PDT on November 2, 2018, will need to enable Blizzard SMS Protect before claiming their free copy. After less than a year on the market, Destiny 2 is now available for the low, low price of $0.
Additionally, all Destiny 2 players will have access to the Destiny: Forsaken PvP/PvE hybrid mode, Gambit from November 9-11 during a Gambit Free Weekend.
If you don't want to commit to buying the DLC without testing it, you can try one aspect of it for free this weekend: the "Gambit" game mode, which is ordinarily exclusive to Destiny 2's Forsaken expansion. He added, "With this gift we look forward to seeing new Guardians in our universe".
Destiny 2 is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Intel Core i3-3250, Intel Pentium G4560, or an AMD FX-4350, along with a GeForce GTX 660 2GB, GTX 1050 2GB, or Radeon HD 7850. Additionally, 6GB of RAM, and 104GB of HDD space and internet connection are required.