Destiny 2 will have 21:9, SLI, HDR support on the PC

NVIDIA confirms SLI/HDR support for Destiny 2 on the PC.

Published Aug 21, 2017 7:21 PM CDT   |   Updated Wed, Jul 27 2022 4:09 AM CDT
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Bungie is beginning to get into the full marketing hype of Destiny 2, with NVIDIA partnering with the developer on the PC version of Destiny 2 offering 4K resolutions, 21:9 support for UltraWide monitors, uncapped framerates, and a "full suit of adjustable graphics settings".

Destiny 2 will have 21:9, SLI, HDR support on the PC | TweakTown.com

Not only that, but now we know that Destiny 2 will have full support for SLI rigs and HDR monitors, with HDR support being baked into the upcoming PC beta of Destiny 2. NVIDIA will have a new Game Ready driver that will rolled out on August 24, four days ahead of the early access beta of Destiny 2.

As for the full release, Destiny 2 will drop on September 6 for consoles, while PC gamers have to wait all the way through to October 26 unfortunately.

NEWS SOURCE:pcgamer.com

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