Destiny 2 will be free to claim and download from November 2-18, 2018.
Blizzcon kicked off, unexpectantly, with some Destiny 2 news. Activision aims to counter this by offering the game for free on multiple platforms-first we saw it free on Sony's PlayStation Plus, and now it's up for free with no strings or subscription paygates attached on the Battle.net PC client.
Announced on the Blizzcon all access stream ahead of this year's Blizzcon opening ceremony, anyone with a Battle.net account will be able to add Destiny 2 to their account until November 18 (US time).
Destiny 2's base game is now available for free on PC.but be prepared to be locked out of content. Will you check out the game now that's it doesn't cost a dime? Players creating new Battle.net accounts to redeem the game will be required to enable Blizzard SMS protection before they are allowed to redeem the game.More news: Blizzard announces long-awaited Warcraft 3 remaster at Blizzcon
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Current Destiny 2 players on PC will get an exclusive Anniversary Emblem in December.
If you want to try Destiny 2 and you don't already have the Battle.net launcher, you can download it right here.
Intel Core i3-3250, Intel Pentium G4560, or an AMD FX-4350, along with a GeForce GTX 660 2GB, GTX 1050 2GB, or Radeon HD 7850. Of course, this free offer doesn't include the game's DLC, which is recommended by many players for the best experience.