What you need to know
- Destiny 2 is a first-person shooter from Bungie.
- The game is switching up its business model going forward.
- Xbox's Phil Spencer and Bungie's Pete Parsons will play the game together soon.
- You can purchase Destiny 2: Shadowkeep through the Microsoft Store.
Destiny 2 is a popular first-person shooter from Bungie. While the first game wasn't well-received, the sequel fixes a lot of the problems that plagued the original. It's no secret that Xbox's Phil Spencer absolutely loves the game. If you sign in to your Xbox One and have P3 as a friend, you'll notice that he's almost always playing Destiny 2.
Well, the collaboration between Bungie and Microsoft is about to go one step further. On September 10, Spencer and Bungie boss Pete Parsons will play the game together. On Twitter, Mixer said the following. The post has been edited for clarity.
It's great to see that Bungie and Microsoft are working this well together after years of Sony exclusivity for content. Hopefully, even more collaborations will take place in the future. We'll definitely be there, you should be too!
A new chapter
Nightmares are coming
With the release of the Shadowkeep expansion, Destiny 2 starts a brand new chapter separate from Activision. This edition has a year's worth of content, too.
Jump into digital
Ditch the discs
Secure your Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, Microsoft's new and ambitious disc-less console. It's the cheapest Xbox One ever made, bundled with a trio of downloadable games.
Xbox accessories you'll love
Every one of these quality accessories is guaranteed to enhance your Xbox experience.
PowerA Enhanced Wired Controller for Xbox One ($20 at Amazon)
PowerA's take on the Xbox One controller is an attractive pickup for budget-conscious gamers that nails all the basics.
Talon PDP Xbox media remote ($20 at Amazon)
The Talon PDP Xbox media remote is great for watching shows on your console.
Xbox One S vertical stand ($10 at Amazon)
Stand your console upright with this accessory.
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