The biggest showdown this fall may not involve Call of Duty or Battlefield. No, this faceoff is between Destiny 2 PC and … Destiny 2 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Bungie (you know, that little studio known for creating Halo) is conducting a beta test on its highly anticipated online shooter, and GamesBeat PC Gaming editor […]
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