Destiny 2 PC Content Schedule Detailed By Bungie, No Raid At Launch

Phillip Butler
October 21, 2017

Players who previously bought the emote can still use it, however.

The blog also revealed that, starting on October 31, there will be optional Raid Challenges implemented on each of the Raid's encounters.

Next week is a pretty big one for PC gamers, as Destiny 2 will finally be available for the platform, bringing with it the most technical performance to date - provided that your laptop/gaming desktop are up to spec, that is. It'll be introduced to the PC version of the game on November 1, though only in normal difficulty. In order to be a guide, you'll need to meet the Power level requirements and turn in a Guided Games ticket.

But Trials of the Nine won't return until November 3, and it's all because of a Monty Python emote.

This was the requirement for the console version of the game, so it might be the same on the PC version. The clan that Bungie officially recognized as World First champions for The Leviathan Prestige Raid was caught red-handed using an exploit to finish off the final boss; now the community at large can't seem to agree about whether it should invalidate their record. The developer recently updated what it's going to release for the first few weeks, starting with the first day of content, with more following. Bungie said that the game won't offer any hints on how to complete the challenges, but an in-game message will pop up to let you know when you fail.

In the same vein, Bungie will be speaking about more of Destiny 2's future this weekend at TwitchCon in Long Beach, California. They will get these emblems for each challenge they have completed.

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