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.
Tune in on September 10 at 3 PM PDT to watch Phil Spencer and Pete Parsons as they play with Guardians who are looking for a chance to snag a Year 3 Bungie Bounty Emblem! Plus, we've got some surprises for those in chat you won't want to miss!
Guardians listen up!— Mixer (@WatchMixer) September 5, 2019
Tune in 9/10 @ 3PM PT to watch @XboxP3 & @pparsons as they play with Guardians who are looking for a chance to snag a Year 3 Bungie Bounty Emblem! Plus, we've got some surprises for those in chat you won’t want to miss!
Details: https://t.co/PrSAUbhvHD pic.twitter.com/mOt116sCEA
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
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