Destiny 2 will launch on September 6, 2017 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 players. PC users will get their hands on the game on October 24, 2017. PlayStation 4 players will get an exclusive Sniper Rifle for pre-ordering. But this time, Xbox One users will get their hands-on these PS exclusive in Fall 2018. If you pre-ordered Destiny 2 from PlayStation/Xbox store, you will get an Exotic Rifle called Coldheart, Kill-tracker Ghost, Legendary Sword and some emotes.
But if you pre-ordered it from an online retailer, you can get one of these above items (if GameStop has Coldheart Exotic Rifle as their pre-order bonus, then players who ordered Destiny 2 from GameStop will only get that Exotic Rifle )
As many of us already know, Bungie announced that Destiny 2 will take at least about 68 GB of your HDD space which is a lot as compared to vanilla Destiny. Destiny 1 was 18 GB at its launch. But if we take a look at Xbox One Marketplace, we can clearly see that Destiny 2 download size is only 29.15 GB.
If you’re confused about the size of Destiny 2 being 68GB on PlayStation 4 and 29GB on Xbox One. Well, if we take a look back at Destiny 1 download size, it was ~19GB (without any DLC) at launch. And after it got its first two DLC, Destiny 1 size was nearly 60GB. So, that 30GB could be the download size for the game itself without any DLC and when Osiris and Rasputin releases, then its size would be ~70GB or so. Though, this could be a mistake or could actually be true.
We don’t have any official announcement from Bungie on this matter. If we get any news, we will update this article right away. Stay Tuned!
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Source: Xbox One Store
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