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Destiny 2 becomes free on Battle.net for a limited time

Just over a year after its release, Destiny 2 has been made free for everyone, with the possibility to download it at no cost from the Battle.net service. To announce it were the same ...

Destiny 2 is free to play during the weekend

The weekend is coming and, if you don't have any programs yet and you don't know what to play, take advantage of the Destiny 2 offer. From 6 to 8 July, in fact, you can download the Battle.net installer and try ...

Destiny 2 on Humble Monthly

Like every month, Humble Monthly offers some great offers, but this month could be particularly interesting for some users. The first game to be revealed of the monthly bundle is Destiny 2. Humble Monthly costs 12 € ...

Destiny 2 turns The Dawning from a free event into a showcase for microtransactions: players in ...

Destiny 2 has been at the center of controversy for some time now. In particular, the case of the rigged XP system had already undermined Bungie's credibility at the ...

The best weapon of Destiny 2 expansion is buggy

If you are playing the Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris expansion you have probably come across a decidedly buggy weapon, the Prometheus Lens, one of the game's new exotic weapons. The weapon is an energy rifle ...

Destiny 2, XP system, Bungie momentarily deactivates it

Earlier this week, Destiny 2 players noticed that after the 20 level they were not gaining experience as expected. Further investigation showed that Destiny 2 contained a cooldown system ...

Destiny 2 will become ever bigger, Bungie's word

With Destiny 2 finally arrived on PC, Bungie wrote a post on the blog where there is a video update about the future of the game. The post also includes information about the next ...

Destiny 2 has the ban easy

This screenshot has been reported to us: Going to check the article 46101 you can read that all the programs that try to insert a code inside the game will not be supported (this does not mean that ...

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