Bungie has announced that the Destiny 2 beta has been extended, meaning you’ll get an extra few days to test out the highly anticipated first-person shooter.
The new end times are as follows: Wednesday 2.00am BST/Tuesday 25 6.00pm/PST. As you can see, the U.K. beta will actually carry over until early Wednesday morning due to the time difference.
As a side note, Bungie also confirmed it will be running some heavy testing during this time, so there’s a chance you may encounter some hiccups while playing the beta during its extended period.
Explore The Farm in the Destiny 2 beta
Within the beta, players are offered the chance to sample some of the game’s multiplayer components, such as Endless Vale’s Countdown mode and the new social space The Farm (which was available only from 10:00AM PT, 6pm BST on July 23), as well as the game’s first story mission: Homecoming.
Players are also able to try out the Inverted Spire strike. It can be played with up to two friends, but for those that don’t have a fireteam with them, matchmaking will join players up.
If you’re up for a bit of exploration, you may even discover some of the cool Destiny 2 beta secrets!
Destiny 2 release details
The full game launches for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 6, and for PC on October 24. A PlayStation 4 Pro available in – for the very first time – white will be launching alongside Destiny 2 as part of a limited edition bundle, and will also include a few extra goodies for those that pick it up.
Are you excited to try out Destiny 2 before it launches? If you have already played it, what are your initial impressions of the beta?