Destiny 2 teaser shows exploration on Nessus

James Marshall
July 19, 2017

Betas are synonymous with bugs and glitches, and Destiny 2 is no exception.

Destiny 2, the sequel to the best-selling video game of the same name, is set to launch on the 6 September in the UK.

There's a few steps you need to follow in order to pre-load the Destiny 2 beta.

If you still haven't pre-ordered Destiny 2 and have no plans to, then you can still try out the games beta on July 21 at 6pm United Kingdom time for both PS4 and Xbox One consoles. The beta will come to a close on July 23. That's not surprising, as folks who pre-loaded last week reported that the download was only about 400 MB. It's important to note that pre-load is only available for players that pre-ordered Destiny 2.

It's important to note this is a beta for Destiny 2 and not the full game or a demo. Please visit Bungie.net on a web browser if you are unable to view these pages. Players will not be required to have a PS Plus account or XBOX Live account to play the mission. Bungie will not replace codes if they are lost or redeemed for the incorrect platform. The developer announced at the recent Electronic Entertainment Expo 2017, commonly known as E3 2017, that the test will commence this week, revealing that there are different dates for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One users.

The beta's single campaign mission, Homecoming, is a great way to kick off your beta adventure. Use it to report any issues that you have and get the latest information from the Destiny community.

To help ease the pain Bungie are offering players an exclusive Emblem which then shows that you've been helping shape the game by playing the beta. There doesn't appear to be any rhyme or reason as to how, when, or why the Termite error code occurs. Lastly, Unknown Player has a live stream going (they might have ended now) for you to watch.

Sandbox balancing is still taking place: some weapons or abilities may have higher or lower damage than intended.

It's no major secret that Destiny 2 fans have been waiting for today's open beta on PlayStation 4 for quite a while, but many Guardians are now unable to experience all of what the test has to offer, as they are being held up by a Moose error code that continually appears during their playtime.

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