E3 2017 - Curious what Destiny 2 on PC looks like at 4K 60FPS? Bungie and NVIDIA have you covered.
Bungie is taking Destiny 2's PC version very, very seriously. The developer promises to tap the raw horsepower of higher-end rigs to deliver buttery-smooth frame rates and eye-popping 4K visuals, and we already know that the game can hit 4K 60FPS+ with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. Bungie says that Destiny 2 on PC will have staples like uncapped frame rates, 21:9 UltraWide support, FOV sliders, a galaxy of video options, customizable keyboard and mouse mapping, and much more.
Destiny 2 on PC will feature:
⦁ 4K Resolution Support (3820x2160)
⦁ Uncapped framerate
⦁ Full mouse and keyboard support with custom key mapping
⦁ Text chat
⦁ Adjustable Field of View
⦁ Detailed PC settings screen
⦁ 21:9 monitor support
"We know we have to come out of the gate and be legit on day one. So we tried to focus on the things that we think will most say, to the PC gamer, 'we hear you, we love you and we want to support you,'" Bungie's Luke Smith said in a recent interview with PC Gamer.
"One of the key factors we looked at when coming to PC is that we don't want anybody looking at the game as a console port. We wanted to make sure that it feels like a PC game, it plays like a PC game. We've gone and changed things, like if you were to compare side-by-side screenshots, you'll find that the reticle is slightly below center on consoles. It's dead center on the PC."
Destiny 2 will launch on PC on October 24, 2017, more than a month after the game's release on consoles.
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