What you need to know
- Bungie says it is absolutely interested in Destiny 2 cross-play support.
- Destiny 2 is getting cross-save support this fall with its 'Shadowkeep' expansion.
- It is also coming to Stadia.
Now that Bungie's free from its corporate overlords, it's been making some incredibly welcome changes and additions to the game. This fall the game should be getting cross-save across platforms, and it appears that cross-play is something that the studio is "absolutely" interested in, according to Destiny General Manager Mark Noseworthy on Twitter.
His tweet was in response to a comment from Kotaku's Jason Schreier who said that Bungie wanted cross-play to happen, but they were limited by technical challenges due to it being difficult with Stadia. As it turns out, this doesn't appear to be the case.
Destiny 2's Shadowkeep expansion is set to launch on September 17, at which point cross-save should become available as well.
Fight for the universe
New challenges and loot await
Destiny 2's Season of Opulence starts off with a bang, bringing its first ever raid since Bungie left Activision's grasp. The Crown of Sorrow will test your skills like never before, but the loot (and glory) will surely be worth it.
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